Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
1104 PM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT AND MUCH OF
THURSDAY...AS A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVES OVER THE REGION.
THE MAIN HAZARD WILL BE HEAVY RAIN...ESPECIALLY FROM CENTRAL
NEBRASKA INTO CENTRAL IOWA...AND NORTHWEST MISSOURI...AS THE LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEM LIFTS NORTHEAST OVER THE MISSOURI AND UPPER
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY REGIONS. ALTHOUGH THERE IS A CHANCE FOR SOME
SEVERE STORMS OVER THE MIDWEST...WIDESPREAD SEVERE WEATHER IS NOT
EXPECTED.  THE ACTIVE WEATHER PATTERN WILL PERSIST THROUGH
FRIDAY...WITH A BRIEF BREAK ON SATURDAY...BEFORE RESUMING ON SUNDAY.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT...40S NORTHEAST MINNESOTA TO THE LOWER 70S
MISSOURI INTO CENTRAL KANSAS.  HIGH ON THURSDAY...MAINLY MID 70S TO
MID 80S...SAVE FOR LOWER 90S MUCH OF MISSOURI AND SOUTHEAST KANSAS.

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KLISH



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