Scotts Bluff Nebraska Weather

Get the latest weather forecast, including wind, rain, snow, thunderstorms and more from Scottsbluff, NE, right here on KSNW. The biggest change comes this afternoon, when a cold front moves in from the northwest.

Get the latest weather forecast, including wind, rain, snow, thunderstorms and more from Scottsbluff, NE, right here on KSNW. Weather warnings include wind gusts of up to 50 km / h, heavy rain and hail in some areas and a high risk of severe weather. The weather warning includes wind speeds of 20 to 30 km / h and heavy rain in parts of the state. The weather warning includes wind speeds of 30-40 km / h with heavy rainfall and high storm risk in parts of Nebraska and Kansas. The weather warning includes wind speeds between 50-60 miles per hour and strong winds in areas with heavy rainfall.

The weather warning includes wind speeds of 20 to 30 km / h and heavy rain in parts of the state, as well as a high risk of severe weather in some areas.

The Scottsbluff weather forecast is updated daily, and the extended forecast is below. To view an animated radar loop of the forecast for the area, you can view other NE radar models, including the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Weather Service (NWS), as well as other weather models.

We have a heavy thunderstorm watch issued by the NWS for Arthur, Banner, Box Butte and Chase, Cherry, Cheyenne and Dawes, along with Arthur Banner and Box Butte Chase. Counties that triggered the 2020 impact of the program include Scottsbluff County, Lincoln County and the City of Scottingdale, as well as Sioux Falls County.

To help you plan your day, our weather radar map shows what you'll see on the National Weather Service radar stations in Scottsbluff and Lincoln County. The independent values are calculated from the perceived temperature and actual temperature as indicated in the NWS weather forecast for each district at any hour of the day and night.

The temperature and wind velocity charts use these estimates to link the data in a straight line. The mean wind direction is the four main winds during the hour, and the mean wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h during that hour. Excluding the hours when the average wind speeds are less than 1 - 0 km / h, the average speed of winds in each direction.

The perceived temperature, which is taken into account in humidity and wind coolness, better reflects how hot or cold a day feels for a person. When you look at the humidity, the temperature feels colder in the middle of the year, but there is a significant difference in the number of days it rains in the early to mid-year.

The lowest temperatures will be in the mid-30s tomorrow morning, while the front will cool down. The day starts mostly sunny, in the afternoon more clouds will come up and some clouds will form until evening.

The daily highs are between 87.4 and 51.1 degrees, which feels cool given the humidity and wind. Summer will be hot, with the Chinook wind loosening the cold grip and bringing temperatures in the low 50s.

Winds are blowing from east to west, with gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour or more, and at least 10 miles per hour in the north.

Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November). The shortest day is 21 December, and the longest days are 28 December, 31 December, 1 January, 2 February, 2 March and 3 March.

Temperatures rarely fall below 59.2 degrees Celsius (15.1 degrees Celsius) At night, and the warmest time of the year is usually mid-July, where highs are regularly reached. Maximum sustained wind speeds and days lasting longer than a few moments reach their peak at the end of April, when the average top speed reaches 60 km / h, which is considered a light breeze. The quietest day of the year was July 23, with an average wind speed of 16 miles per hour (2.4 km / h). Maximum sustained winds of 30 km / h or more are considered fresh breezes, but the highest speed days that lasted longer than a few moments were mid-to-late April and late May (where average maximum speeds have reached 40 km / h) or more, which consider a fresh breeze, and early June and early July.

At night, and the warmest time of the year is usually mid-July, when highs usually drop below 59.2 degrees Celsius.

At night and during the warmest time of the year, when highs normally drop below 59.2 degrees, with lows in the mid-20s.

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