This hazardous weather outlook is for extreme southwest Nebraska…
northwest Kansas and east central Colorado.
Rain and snow will continue through midnight, mainly along and south
of a Flagler to Hill city line. Precipitation should come to an end
from northwest to southeast by midnight. Rain will change completely
to snow near and west of the Kansas and Colorado state line, with
snowfall up to 2 inches possible. Snow will likely melt quickly as it
falls, so overall impacts are expected to be low.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY…
A strong cold front will sweep across the area Monday, bringing
northwesterly winds gusting to 45 mph and a few rain or snow showers.
Little if any snow accumulation is expected.
Strong winds will continue on Tuesday, with northwesterly winds of 25
to 35 mph gusting over 50 mph possible. Widely scattered snow showers
will develop in the afternoon bringing spotty light accumulations.
Although accumulations will be light, the strong winds will create
localized areas of low visibility in blowing snow.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…
Rain and snow measurements will be greatly appreciated.