Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1105 AM CST Sat Jan 21 2017

Areas of fog, including dense fog, extended from eastern Nebraska
into western Iowa during the morning   The fog eroded from west to
east, while the low clouds moved away to the east. Breaks in the
clouds are expected to reach western Iowa this afternoon, with
sunshine and intermittent clouds through the rest of today. Partly
cloudy skies are expected tonight, but fog and low clouds may
redevelop in some areas.  As for the Midwest as a whole, no
significant precipitation until next week Tuesday when snow is
expected to develop, with swaths of potentially heavy snowfall.

High temperatures this afternoon, 30s for the Dakotas and Minnesota
to the mid 60s southeast Missouri.  Lows tonight, teens and 20s
western Dakotas, to the mid 40s southeast Missouri.  For eastern
Nebraska and western Iowa, highs in the mid and upper 40s, and lows
in the upper 20s.

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Klish



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