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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
345 AM CST Tue Jan 10 2017

Skies were partly cloudy to cloudy early this morning with
temperatures mainly in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Some areas of
light precipitation were noted in parts of central and eastern
Nebraska.

An upper level disturbance, in combination with a fast moving low
pressure system at the surface, will bring a mixture of
precipitation to eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa today. This
precipitation will be mainly this morning, and could cause some
ice accumulation. By early this afternoon, the center of that low
pressure should be over southern Wisconsin, and a weak area of
high pressure will be building into the region. Another
disturbance is expected to bring a chance for light snow to at
least portions of the region for Wednesday into Wednesday night.

High temperatures today across Mid America should range from the
upper 20s to the mid 40s. Lows tonight will vary from the teens to
the lower 30s.

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Miller



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