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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
947 PM CDT Thu May 25 2017

Skies were becoming mostly cloudy Thursday evening across eastern
Nebraska and southwest Iowa as high clouds from strong thunderstorms
in northwest Kansas spread to the northeast. Precipitation in our
area was limited to isolated showers or sprinkles drifting from west
to east. By 9 PM, temperatures remained in the middle 60s to lower
70s across the area, held there by the increasing cloud cover and
southeast winds of 5 to 10 mph.

A low pressure system moving east across Kansas will continue to
generate scattered showers and thunderstorms there overnight, with a
chance for some of that activity to extend north into Nebraska. By
sunrise Friday, any remain showers or storms should be over far
eastern sections of Nebraska and Kansas, extending into Missouri and
western Iowa. Then by Friday afternoon, a few showers may be
lingering in eastern parts of Missouri and Iowa, with another round
of thunderstorms starting to take shape in western Nebraska and
eastern Colorado.

Between these systems, skies should average partly cloudy outside of
any rain areas. Low temperatures by Friday morning will range from
the middle 40s in western Nebraska to the 60s in Missouri and eastern
Kansas. Highs Friday afternoon are expected to rebound back into the
70s or lower 80 over most of Mid America.

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