Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
320 PM CDT TUE SEP 30 2014

UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL CONTINUE OVER PARTS OF THE MIDLANDS INTO
THURSDAY. SEVERAL UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCES WILL INTERACT WITH A SLOW
MOVING FRONTAL SYSTEM THAT CURRENTLY EXTENDS FROM LOW PRESSURE OVER
SOUTH DAKOTA INTO WESTERN KANSAS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WITH
LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN WILL OCCUR BOTH TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
THERE IS ALSO SOME POTENTIAL FOR SEVERE STORMS. THE HIGHEST CHANCES
SHOULD BE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND WEDNESDAY EVENING FROM KANSAS AND
NORTHWEST MISSOURI INTO PARTS OF EASTERN NEBRASKA AND WESTERN IOWA.

COOL AND DRY WEATHER IS EXPECTED FOR THE FIRST PART OF THE WEEKEND.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT ACROSS MID AMERICA SHOULD BE IN THE 50S AND
60S. HIGHS WEDNESDAY WILL BE IN THE 70S AND 80S. HALF OF KANSAS.

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MILLER



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