Rain Chances Will Return As Temperatures Begin to Rise...
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - An upper level low continues to influence out weather as it spins over Western Colorado....but only for one more day. The low will start make its push through Northern Nebraska on Thursday then exits the region along our weather to return to normal in time for the weekend.
Mostly cloudy but mainly dry conditions is in the forecast for much of your day on Thursday as readings rebound into the upper 50s-to-lower 60s. The slow-moving upper-level low pressure system responsible for the chilly and damp weather of the past few days will finally begin to slide through the area beginning with Thursday night...and continuing into the day on Friday. This will increase our rain chances over that period...and introduce the chance for some isolated thunderstorms...especially late Thursday night into Friday. Highs on Friday will swing back into the mid-to-upper 60s in North Platte...and even warmer temperatures are in the forecast for Saturday...Sunday...and beyond. High pressure will build in from the west during the weekend and this should translate into a much drier...and much warmer forecast. Highs on Saturday will likely reach the mid-to-upper 70s...with mostly sunny skies and lower 80s a good bet for Sunday. At this time...a stretch of mainly dry-and-mainly warmer weather looks like it will continue through at least the middle of next week...with high temperatures in the 80s and minimal precipitation chances for Monday...Tuesday...and Wednesday.
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