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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1142 AM CDT Fri Mar 24 2017

A series of low pressure system and associated frontal boundaries
will move across the Midwest the next few days.  This will keep rain
and scattered thunderstorms in the forecast during the period. For
eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, scattered thunderstorms are
expected through midnight, with periods of rain into Saturday

In the shorter term, the low pressure system over the Oklahoma
panhandle late this morning is expected to be over central Missouri
late tonight.  A warm front extending northeast of the low will
continue to be a focus for showers and a few thunderstorms this
afternoon. More widespread storms are possible ahead of the low from
Oklahoma into eastern Kansas and Missouri through this evening.

High temperatures this afternoon, 30s north central North Dakota, to
the mid 70s eastern half of Missouri and portions of eastern Kansas.
Lows tonight, lower 30s northeast Minnesota, to the mid 50s
southeast third of Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest
Iowa, highs mid 40s northeast Nebraska, to upper 60s southwest Iowa,
and lows tonight in the lower and mid 40s.


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