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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
416 AM CDT Sat Oct 14 2017

A frontal boundary will remain stalled south of the region today,
while a strong cold front moves into the area tonight. A cluster of
showers and thunderstorms will move eastern Nebraska early this
morning into central Iowa. Meanwhile, additional strong thunderstorms
area expected along the front from eastern Kansas through central
Iowa through day, a few which could be severe. Showers are also
expected across western and central Nebraska through South Dakota.

For tonight, with the cold air rushing in, northwest winds become
blustery and will make it feel a little colder than it actually is.
Rain will continue across northern portions of Nebraska and South
Dakota during the evening, while strong and possibly severe storms
will be possible from eastern Kansas through Missouri and Iowa. All
precipitation shifts eastward into the Mississippi River valley by

High temperatures behind the front across western Nebraska through
central South Dakota will only reach the mid 40s to lower 50s.
Meanwhile, temperatures ahead of the front in eastern Kansas and
Missouri reach the mid 80s. Low temperature tonight drop into the 30s
and 40s.

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