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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1058 AM CDT SUN AUG 28 2016

As the high pressure over the upper Midwest moves slowly eastward,
this will allow for moisture to spread northward into the plains and
Mississippi valley regions.  For this afternoon through Monday
afternoon thunderstorm chances will be low for most areas.
Meanwhile, expect seasonable temperatures to continue for much of
the week, as a slightly cooler air mass edges southward towards
Nebraska and Iowa. As this system approaches the chances of showers
and thunderstorms will increase, but widespread activity is not
anticipated Monday night through Tuesday night.

Highs temperatures this afternoon in the 80s, save for lower to mid
90s across the central and western portions of the Dakotas. Lows
tonight in the 60s, save for readings in the 50s for the western
Dakotas and Nebraska panhandle.  For eastern Nebraska and western
Iowa, highs upper 80s and lows mid and upper 60s.

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Klish



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