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The high will be in the low 70s on Monday and mid 70s on Tuesday.

Heavy snowfall and hail have shut down most major highways in western Nebraska and South Dakota as the weather conditions have only gotten worse.

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A few of the storms we are expecting with tonights front could be strong to severe. Another storm system may impact us next weekend from late Saturday through Sunday.

Review your severe weather plan and know what you should do if a severe storm or tornado is near you. "The biggest threat is going to be the possibility for strong, damaging winds of 7o miles per hour or greater, with the added threat of possible tornadoes". As of Friday night, timing showed the line in the city of New Orleans between noon and 2 p.m., and finally exiting the viewing area in the early evening. Storms could also produce hail. The remainder of Central Alabama will receive 1 to 3 inches and some flooding is possible across East Alabama. Outdoor burning is not recommended on Saturday. Please make sure your batteries are charged just in case you lose power.

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Temperatures will fall some 30 degrees into the 40s early on Friday and continue to fall Friday afternoon into the colder 30s. And, another record high temperature is in reach with the record at 79 from 1976 in Denver.

That's why weather experts recommend having an low-priced weather radio at home that can be hooked up to power but also also has back-up batteries. Never rely on an outdoor siren. Temperatures will fall from the 40s early in the day to the 20s by the evening hours.

Friday night after sunset rain will begin to change to snow from west to east as the cold side of this storm system moves in. A dry cold front will pass through the Midlands on Thursday with slight cooler temperatures behind it. Growers will need to keep an eye on forecasts.

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