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Forecast as of Tuesday, November 24th at 8:00 PM

Tonight: Big changes are headed our way for the day tomorrow and it will start overnight tonight. We'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies for the overnight hours with lows bottoming out in the low to mid 20s across the region. Winds will blow from west southwest at around 5 MPH before the shift to the northeast behind a strong cold front.

Wednesday: That cold front will drop high temperatures down into the 30s for the viewing area on Wednesday with winds blowing at 10 to 15 MPH. This will yield wind chills in the teens and low 20s for much of the day. Skies will see a mix of sun and clouds, but in the afternoon we'll see increasing cloud cover with snow showers developing to our west initially. The plains in southeastern Wyoming and Nebraska will see light precipitation on Wednesday afternoon into the evening with a mix of freezing fog, drizzle and some light snow being possible. In the late evening as the upper level low shifts closer to the region, we'll see better and more dynamic lift which will increase snow showers across the region. We'll continue to see light to moderate snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning with overnight lows dropping into the teens and 20s.

Thanksgiving: Light snow will be falling for much of the day on Thanksgiving -- the bulk of the accumulating snow I think will fall during the morning hours. High temperatures will be teens and 20s with wind chills in the single digits and near zero. Winds will be easterly, blowing at 10-15 MPH. With the upsloping winds, we also could see areas of freezing fog. Overnight it will be VERY cold with lows near zero in the single digits with wind chills below zero with some continued light snow showers.

Friday: Not a lot changes on Friday -- we'll continue to see high temperatures in the 20s in the afternoon with mostly cloudy skies and light snow showers across the region. Overnight, lows fall back down into the single digits and lower teens with mostly cloudy skies and scattered light snow showers.
  • Average High: 42°
  • Average Low: 21°
  • Record High/Year: 64° 1990
  • Record Low/Year: -16° 1993
  • Rain Since January 1st: 16.52" (1.18")
  • Snow Since July 1st: 6.7" (-5.8")
  • Sunrise: 6:57 AM
  • Sunset: 4:34 PM

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