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A Brief Change to Cooler Weather

Published: Jun. 29, 2020 at 10:58 PM CDT
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NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - Tuesday, a cold front will begin to advance eastward scouring out the heat and humidity we’ve experienced in recent days. As you might expect, this transition brings with it thundertstorm chances which will begin in the Northwest corner of the state and spread south and east during the day. Most of Western Nebraska will see isolated coverage of storms along the front, with the best chances for storms coming during the evening over North Cenral Nebraska, where there is a risk some could become severe. As far as relief from the heat, the northwest part of the region will experience temperatures in the mid to upper 80s while areas to the south and east still could be in the low to mid 90s. The speed of the front will determine how widespread the cooling effect will be.

Temperatures on Wednesday will be cooler for everyone behind the front but don’t get use to it. By the end of the week 90 plus degree heat will return and continue through the Fourth of July weekend with at least isolated thunderstorms possible from Thursday into Monday.

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