WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 2018
An area of low pressure with an associated cold front will track from Wyoming to Eastern Kansas through Thursday. It remains to be seen how much moisture gets pulled into the system but it appears most areas will see either flurries, drizzle or few sprinkles. North Central Nebraska could see a dusting of snow with extreme southeast parts of the state favored for a rain, snow mix Thursday morning, but little accumulation is expected. Winds will increase behind the front with gusts exceeding 30-40 mph.
Skies will clear behind the system Thursday night as winds gradually relax after midnight. Warmer, dry weather will resume on Friday and carry through the weekend with temperatures in the 40s through the beginning next week.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Increasing cloudiness. 50% chance of light snow snow far north central. Flurries in the northeast. Slight chance of drizzle central. Lows mid 20s to lower 30s.. South winds 5-10 switching to the northwest and increasing to 25 mph. Gust to 40 mph west.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, windy. Chance of flurries or a snow shower early. Sprinkles into the afternoon. Highs in the mid 30s to upper 30s. North winds 15-25 gusting to 35 mph.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear and cold. Lows in the low teens to near 20. Winds: N 10-15 gusting to 25 mph through the evening.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, warmer. Highs low to mid 40s. Winds NW 5-10 mph