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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
314 PM CST Sun Dec 10 2017

Skies were sunny across eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa Sunday
afternoon, with temperatures climbing into the 50s in most spots.
Gusty northwest winds average 15 to 25 mph through the afternoon.

A low pressure system moving into the Northern Plains this evening
will drive a strong cold front through Mid America tonight and
Monday. That cold front is expected to reach the Nebraska and South
Dakota border at sunrise Monday, then race south into southern Kansas
and southern Missouri by late afternoon. Ahead of the front,
relatively mild temperatures are forecast overnight. But behind the
front, strong north winds will begin to drive temperatures downward
Monday afternoon.

This system will also bring a chance for precipitation to parts of
Mid America. Light snow is forecast across Minnesota into eastern
South Dakota, with a rain and snow mix spreading south into northern
Iowa and northeast Nebraska during the afternoon. Little in the way
of accumulating snows are forecast.

Low temperatures tonight are expected to drop back into the 20s and
30s, with readings beginning to rise after midnight in parts of South
Dakota and Nebraska. Highs on Monday will range from the 30s in
eastern South Dakota and northern Iowa, to the upper 50s in southern
Kansas and Missouri. Most of eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa
should see highs in the 40s at mid day, with temperatures falling
into the 30s by late afternoon.

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