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AWUS83 KOAX 201603

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1102 AM CDT Tue Jun 20 2017

Another warm afternoon is expected with mostly sunny skies for
eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa. There is however, a slight
chance for scattered thunderstorms across southeast Nebraska late
this afternoon.  Meanwhile, there will be multiple chances for
thunderstorms as a warm front lifts north of the area later this
afternoon and tonight...and a cold front advances into northeast
Nebraska Wednesday afternoon. This cold front is expected to stall
on Wednesday, before settling southward on Thursday.  Warm
temperatures will continue into Wednesday and Thursday before a cold
front cools temperatures off for the weekend.  There is also a good
chance for potentially strong storms both Wednesday and Thursday,
with the main hazards hail and damaging winds along with locally
heavy rainfall.

High temperatures this afternoon, mid to upper 60s northeast
Minnesota, to the upper 90s to 100 far western Kansas.  Lows
tonight, lower to mid 60s, down into the mid 40s to mid 50s for
Minnesota.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, highs mid 80s
to lower 90s, and lows in the lower and mid 60s.


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