Saturday, August24, 2019 L-36.com


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Hendley, NE

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Sunrise 6:54AMSunset 8:23PM Saturday August 24, 2019 6:16 AM CDT (11:16 UTC) Moonrise 12:00AMMoonset 2:41PM Illumination 36% Phase: Waning Crescent; Moon at 24 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Hendley, NE
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Area Discussion for - Hastings, NE
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national weather service hastings ne
354 am cdt Sat aug 24 2019

Short term (today and tonight)
issued at 351 am cdt Sat aug 24 2019
warm advection showers tstms popped up around midnight across
the CWA and have increased as the night has worn on. Main cluster
of rain was still to the west of the CWA and moving slowly east.

The precip is associated with a weak closed in the neb panhandle
that is east of the main trough which is across wyoming.

Operational models showing the closed low meandering east across
our CWA today while the trough lifts northeast. They do stay
phased over the next couple of days with the actual trough axis
pushing east of the CWA by 12z Sunday. For today, the track of the
upper low will be key regarding what areas receive the heaviest
rain. Dynamics pretty impressive for august as 00z NAM model time
height section is indicating 12 ubar sec of omega over grand
island between 15z-20z today. 06z run of the NAM is just coming in
and is not as impressive regarding omega. T looks like much of Sunday could be dry as the trough
axis noted above moves east. However this won't completely end our
rain chances. By Sunday night models are depicting a broad, low
amplitude trough over the northern plains. Last few model runs have
shown lead impulse pushing through the northwest flow Sunday night
and this may result in more rain, especially in the northern part of
the cwa.

For the rest ofi the work week, it is possible that things dry out
somewhat. Models showing a ridge building into the west with the
trough sliding across the great lakes. Not totally out of the
question that another clipper wave or two might slide through the
area on the northwest flow, but at the least, rain chances should be
less than what we have seen the past couple of weeks.

All in all given the upper system moving into the area today,
chances for rain remain high. Trying to time it more of a
challenge. Recent runs of the hrrr and exp hrrr are pushing the main
swath of rain across the CWA between now and mid afternoon, but then
re-develops more activity across the north and western CWA late
afternoon and into the evening. Some of these storms could be
severe as they will be triggered by yet another potent short wave
moving from co into ks. Models in good agreement taking the brunt
of these storms southeast across ks and into ok. However some
could clip the southwest half of our cwa. Deep layer shear and
instability sufficient for severe. In addition to large hail and
damaging winds, this area could receive another round of heavy
rain.

In looking at how things are currently evolving, along with various
model guidance, will keep the flash flood watch going until this
evening. This may need to be extended overnight in the southwest
cwa but day shift can decide after seeing how much rain falls in
that area this morning.

Long term (Sunday through Friday)
issued at 351 am cdt Sat aug 24 2019
it looks like much of Sunday could be dry as the trough
axis noted above moves east. However this won't completely end our
rain chances. By Sunday night models are depicting a broad, low
amplitude trough over the northern plains. Last few model runs have
shown lead impulse pushing through the northwest flow Sunday night
and this may result in more rain, especially in the northern part of
the cwa.

For the rest of the work week, it is possible that things dry out
somewhat. Models showing a ridge building into the west with the
trough sliding across the great lakes. Not totally out of the
question that another clipper wave or two might slide through the
area on the northwest flow, but at the least, rain chances should
be less than what we have seen the past couple of weeks.

Aviation (for the 06z kgri kear tafs through 06z Sunday)
issued at 1211 am cdt Sat aug 24 2019
cigs already ifr at kear and expect those to continue for much of
the forecast period. MVFR at kgri but expect those to lower to ifr
overnight and remain at least until early afternoon. An upper
trough over the rockies was slowly edging east with plenty of
precip ahead of it. Off and on tstms should impact both terminals
for this forecast cycle.

Gid watches warnings advisories
Ne... Flash flood watch through this evening for nez039-040-046-047-
060>062-072>075-082>085.

Ks... Flash flood watch through this evening for ksz005-006-017-018.

Short term... Ewald
long term... Ewald
aviation... Ewald


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McCook, McCook Municipal Airport, NE35 mi23 minNNW 107.00 miLight Rain64°F62°F93%1014.9 hPa

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