This hazardous weather outlook is for extreme southwest Nebraska…
northwest Kansas and east central Colorado.
.DAY ONE…THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT…
Widespread fog will return to the Tri-State area this evening and
continue overnight. Visibilities as low as one quarter mile will be
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…WEDNESDAY THROUGH TUESDAY…
Widespread fog will continue across much of the area through mid
morning Wednesday. Visibilities as low as one quarter mile are
A strong quick moving storm system will impact the Tri-State area
Thursday through Thursday night. North winds gusting up to 45 mph are
expected late Thursday afternoon with a slow decreasing trend during
the night. Rain in the morning will slowly change over to snow from
northwest to southeast late in the afternoon through the night. A few
locations may see some freezing rain mix with the snow. At this time
snowfall accumulations are expected to range from a few tenths of an
inch to around three inches. The higher amounts are expected
northwest of a line from Flagler to Benkelman. Some blowing snow is
possible. Wind chill values early Friday morning are expected to be
in the zero to six above zero range.
Residents and travelers are encouraged to pay close attention to the
forecast as the week progresses.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…
Spotter activation will not be needed.