Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
312 PM CST Wed Mar 1 2017

Weather conditions across the region represented a typical March
day across the region today.  Filtered sunshine occurred during the
afternoon hours, as low clouds migrated across the region.
Isolated sprinkles or flurries fell from the clouds in northeast
Nebraska and northwest Iowa, though most areas remained dry.
Afternoon temperatures ranged from the middle 30s in northwest
Iowa to the upper 40s in extreme southeast Nebraska.  Gusty
northwest winds of 10 to 20 mph with gusts near 30 mph prevailed.

Skies will become partly cloudy during the evening hours across
most of the area. Snow showers will be possible in the Dakotas
tonight across the northern Plains, as another weather disturbance
moves out of the northern Rockies.  Conditions across Nebraska and
Iowa are expected to be precipitation-free. Overnight temperatures
will dip into the lower to middle 20s, and winds will shift to
a westerly direction and slacken to speeds around 5 mph.

A warming trend is anticipated starting Thursday through the weekend,
with temperatures tomorrow climbing into the 40s, with high
temperatures in the middle to upper 60s expected by the weekend.  No
precipitation is expected.

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SF


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