Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1035 PM CDT Fri Apr 28 2017

The low pressure system responsible for the precipitation across
Nebraska and Iowa into late Friday afternoon will weaken as it lifts
north and east tonight.  The low pressure system over the southern
plains, will lift northeast through the Missouri Valley region on
Saturday and Sunday.  A stream of moisture will spread northward of
this system, reaching into central Minnesota on Sunday and southeast
North Dakota Sunday night. This system will spread showers and
thunderstorms across Kansas and Missouri, reaching into southern
Nebraska and southern Iowa by later tonight.  During the day
Saturday, rain is forecast to spread north across most of Nebraska
and Iowa, while continuing in Kansas and Missouri. Some snow is
likely in western Kansas and southwest Nebraska as well.

Low temperatures tonight, in the 20s northern Minnesota, North
Dakota and most of South Dakota, to the lower to mid 60s far
southern Missouri.  Highs on Saturday, mid to upper 30s western
Kansas, 40s for Nebraska and Iowa, into the 50s for the Dakotas and
Minnesota, and 70s southern Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa, lows mid 30s to around 40, highs mid to upper 40s.


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