Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KOAX 030514

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1113 PM CST Fri Dec 2 2016

High pressure over the Missouri Valley region will move east
tonight, becoming centered over the Ohio Valley region on Saturday.
A pair of upper level systems, one over the northern and central
plains and the other over northern Mexico will also be tracking
eastward tonight. Clouds will increase tonight as moisture spreads
north with a chance of light rain or a mix of rain and snow reaching
northeast Kansas Saturday morning then changing to all rain by
Saturday afternoon from eastern Kansas into eastern Nebraska and
western Iowa.  The main area of snowfall will be from northern Iowa
northward, with mainly light accumulations.  To the south of that
region, across southern Iowa, precipitation will change back and
forth between rain and snow or a mix.

Low temperatures tonight, teens much of North Dakota, western South
Dakota and portions of western Nebraska, to the upper 30s southwest
Missouri. Highs on Saturday, 25 to 35 for North Dakota to the mid to
upper 40s southwest Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska and western
Iowa, lows in the 20s, and highs in the upper 30s.


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