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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
347 PM CDT WED MAY 25 2016

An upper level weather system is forecast to move across the
northern plains tonight, bringing a chance for thunderstorms to much
of South Dakota and northern Nebraska. Some strong thunderstorms are
possible during the evening when hail and gusty winds could occur
from northwest through north central Nebraska into South Dakota.
This band of thunderstorms is forecast to sweep east into Iowa
overnight. Farther to the south, low pressure in western Kansas will
help to trigger scattered showers and thunderstorms overnight in
central and eastern Kansas as well as southeast Nebraska, and into
Missouri.

There is a chance for morning thunderstorms for parts of mid America
on Thursday, but better chances for strong to severe storms will
come Thursday afternoon. A warm front lifting north into southern
Nebraska will focus the highest potential for hail and damaging
winds across northern Kansas and southern Nebraska by late Thursday
afternoon. Otherwise, a few thunderstorms could pop up just about
anywhere in the region as afternoon heating acts on the warm and
muggy conditions.

Look for low temperatures tonight to range from the 40s in western
Nebraska to the lower 70s in parts of Missouri. Highs on Thursday
will rebound into the 70s in western Nebraska and South Dakota, with
80s expected elsewhere in the Plains.

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