This hazardous weather outlook is for extreme southwest Nebraska…
northwest Kansas and east central Colorado.
.DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT…
Dense fog with visibilities of one quarter mile or less are expected
across Red Willow county in Nebraska and Decatur and Norton counties
in Kansas through 10am CDT. This includes the area between the
cities of McCook, Oberlin,and Norton.
Much of the forecast area is covered by a Marginal risk of severe
weather along with a Slight risk of excessive rainfall this evening.
Thunderstorms developing this afternoon in the vicinity of a nearly
stationary front stretching across southeast Colorado into southwest
Kansas will combine with storms moving off the higher terrain of
Colorado as they move across the plains of northeast Colorado late
this afternoon and evening. These storms will spread across the
remainder of northwest Kansas and southwest Nebraska through the
evening and overnight hours. Isolated severe storms are possible
with large hail and damaging winds in addition to moderate to heavy
rainfall that may lead to flash flooding mainly over northeast
Colorado and the immediately adjacent areas of southwest Nebraska
and northwest Kansas.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY…
No hazardous weather is expected at this time.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…
Spotter activation will not be needed.