Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
300 PM CST SUN FEB 14 2016

ANOTHER WEAK LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DROPPING SOUTHEAST THROUGH MID
AMERICA COULD CAUSE A FEW AREAS OF LIGHT RAIN OR LIGHT SNOW FROM
SOUTH DAKOTA INTO NEBRASKA TONIGHT...REACHING WESTERN IOWA AND
NORTHERN MISSOURI BY MONDAY MORNING. ANY RAIN OR SNOW AMOUNT WILL BE
VERY LIGHT. OTHERWISE EXPECT MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER MUCH OF THE
REGION TONIGHT AND MONDAY...WITH KANSAS AND SOUTHERN MISSOURI SEEING
MORE SUNSHINE MONDAY AFTERNOON.

OVERALL...TEMPERATURES SHOULD AVERAGE WARMER THAN WE HAVE SEEN OVER
THE PAST WEEK OR SO. LOWS TONIGHT ARE FORECAST TO FALL INTO THE 20S
AND LOWER 30S IN MOST OF MID AMERICA...BUT COULD DROP INTO THE TEENS
IN NORTHERN AND EASTERN IOWA. HIGHS ON MONDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE
30S IN IOWA TO THE 60S IN WESTERN KANSAS...WITH MOST OF NEBRASKA IN
THE 50S WEST TO THE 40S EAST.

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