Rain drops keep falling on your head overnight and tomorrow
November 19, 2023 - Evening forecast
HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - It wasn’t the kind of weather you want to have over the weekend with cloudy skies, chilly temperatures and rain. It just made you want to stay inside and curl up under a blanket. This evening will be the same. A good time to make a cup of hot soup or a mug of hot chocolate and watch a movie or maybe some football. The rain will continue this evening. The rain will also spread further west and cover more of the area tonight into Monday. So areas west of the Tri-Cities who have been dry thus far will get in on the wet stuff as well. Thanks to the clouds and rain, temperatures will not be terribly cold. Lows tonight dropping into the upper 30s and low 40s. The rain continues through the day tomorrow gradually tapering off from west to east in the afternoon. Highs tomorrow will mostly be in the mid to upper 40s. Rainfall totals as of this evening are around a half an inch in central Nebraska with an additional quarter to a third expected tomorrow. Areas east of the Tri-Cities should pick up between a half and an inch of rain through tomorrow afternoon. Definitely some much needed rain for drought stricken areas.
The weather will dry out for the pre-Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving time frame, which will mean that there should not be any travel hazards. Tuesday will be a chilly and blustery day through. Look for highs in the mid to upper 40s and low to mid 50s with the warmer 50s in the southwest. Highs will be slightly warmer on Wednesday with the wind not as strong. We’ll see increasing clouds as the next shot of colder air pushes south on Thanksgiving Thursday. Highs on Thanksgiving look to be between the mid 30s and the mid 40s. Following Thanksgiving, even colder air and a shot at some snow will be possible Friday and Friday night. At this time, this does not look to be a major snow event, but it could still be something that creates some travel headaches on Black Friday. The rest of next weekend looks to remain cold and dry.
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