Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1022 PM CDT MON AUG 22 2016

Shortwaves will traverse southern Canada Tuesday and Wednesday,
while low pressure drops southeastward through Kansas.  A cold front
will drop Southeast across the Midwest during the period,and by
Wednesday morning is expected to extend from northeast Minnesota
through southeast Nebraska into southeast Colorado.  Active weather
will spread, Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning, primarily
across the region from southern Minnesota into northern Missouri,
and eastern Nebraska into western Illinois.  Some of the
Thunderstorms that develop Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night may
become severe, with large hail and damaging winds the main hazards,
along with locally heavy rainfall possible.  The chances for rain
will continue into Wednesday as the cold front slowly works through
the Missouri Valley region.

Lows temperatures tonight generally in the 60s, save for mid 50s
western Dakotas and Nebraska Panhandle.  Highs on Tuesday mainly in
the 80s, save for lower 90s across much of western and central
Kansas. For eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, lows in the mid and
upper 60s, and highs mid and upper 80s.

$$

Klish



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