Late week rain chances briefly interrupting our amazing weather.
HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - It will be a quiet night from a weather standpoint, as fair weather clouds clear out, but a few mid level clouds later drift over the southern counties in our viewing areas late. Winds will remain southerly tonight, as early morning temperatures will not be as cool as recent days, leveling off in the mid to upper 50s.
Thursday with start with sunshine with clouds working into the region ahead of a cold front. Most of the Local 4 area will stay east of the front during the day so the rain will stay mainly west of the area from southwest Nebraska into the northern parts of the state. That will enable high temperatures to climb into the upper 70s to lower 80s.
The front and and rain will shift east through the Tri-Cities Thursday night bringing showers and a few embedded thunderstorm with it. Rain and mostly cloudy skies will linger into Friday, so the day will be cooler with highs in the upper 60s to lowers 70s.
Precipitation amounts could be as much as tenth to quarter of an inch in some but not all areas.
Skies will clear out for the weekend and we’ll resume with our mild weather. Northern winds on Saturday will swing back to the south for Sunday, nudging temperatures from the mid to upper 70s Saturday to around 80 on Sunday. Temperatures will warm solidly into the 80s next week as a series of disturbances bring periodic rain chances Monday night into Wednesdays
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