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Area Conditions for Ord, NE
 
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Temperature: 42 oF
Feels Like: 32 oF
Humidity: 68%
Barometer: 29.79
Dew Point: 32 oF
Wind Dir.: NW
Wind Speed: 26 mph
Sunrise: 6:53
Sunset: 8:17
Observation: Windy
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As reported at ORD, NE at 1:00 PM

5-day Forecast for Ord, NE
Date Wed
4/16
Thu
4/17
Fri
4/18
Sat
4/19
Sun
4/20
Weather Condition Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Clear Thunder Storms Thunder Storms
Weather Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Clear Thunder Storms Thunder Storms
Temperature (°F)
Low/High
32/51 23/55 33/72 42/69 41/67
Feels Like (°F)
Low/High
23/51 18/55 27/72 35/69 37/67
Dew Point (°F) 27 23 34 41 38
Humidity (%) 57 43 44 50 45
Wind Speed (mph) 21 7 15 11 8
Precipitation
Chance
(%)
- - - 71 57
Precipitation
Amount
(inches)
S=Snow, L=Liquid
None None None Rain
0.26
Rain
0.16
Evapo-
transpiration

(inches/day)
0.12 0.11 0.22 0.16 0.15
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DTN Weather Summary

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Bryce Anderson – DTN Meteorologist
Northern Areas to Get Snow Wednesday

A swath of snow is in store for the Northern Plains and northern Midwest Wednesday. The snow will continue to delay field work in these areas. Dry conditions will cover the rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures will still be below normal in the eastern Midwest, keeping spring work progress slow. Meanwhile, the Southern Plains will be very warm, causing additional drought stress to wheat and pastures. Southeastern areas will have slow progress after recent rains. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 5:58AM Wed Apr 16, 2014 CDT
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