Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
233 PM CST Thu Dec 8 2016

A large area of cold high pressure will continue across the Plains
States tonight. It will remain cold, however the winds are
forecast to diminish significantly. Late tonight and Friday, light
snow will begin to develop near the Black Hills as warmer air and
moisture return to the region. This very light snow will spread
eastward during the day. The main track will be across South
Dakota, however flurries will be possible across parts of
Nebraska. A stronger upper level weather disturbance will develop
across the Northern Plains Saturday and could clip northeast
Nebraska with some light accumulating snow. The unsettled and
cold weather pattern continues into the weekend and next week.

Low temperatures tonight should mainly be in the single digits.
Highs Friday are expected to only top out in the teens and 20s


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