Cold front to move through Friday, bringing high temps back into the 40s over the weekend
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - While we saw some warmer temperatures this week, a mild cold front will move through late Friday. When it does, it will cap the regions temperatures in the low 50s. After that, we will see temperatures continue to decrease with lows in the teens on Saturday morning and clouds throughout the day, with highs in the 40s lasting for the foreseeable future.
The nice thing is, precipitation is unlikely throughout the next week. Originally models were predicting mild snow in North Platte on Monday, but those models seem to have changed their mind on that. Instead, we will see high temperatures in the mid 40s and then plenty of clouds to start off next week.
Scottsbluff can expect similar conditions, with a few caveats. Friday will be far cooler with windier conditions and clear skies, with highs in just the mid 30s. Saturday we will see clouds move in which should provide enough heat insulation to keep high temperatures up in the mid 40s. After that, we will see temperatures drop into the low 40s for the rest of the week with clear skies and lows in the teens. There is a chance of snow on Tuesday for the Scottsbluff region.
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