Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1056 PM CST Thu Feb 23 2017

A winter storm system will intensify as it moves over the middle
Missouri Valley region tonight, and is expected to be over lower
Michigan by Friday evening.  A wintry mix will accompany this system
as it impacts the region, with the mix of rain and snow gradually
making a transition to all snow tonight across eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa. Snowfall intensity will increase through the day on
Friday.  Significant snowfall and near blizzard conditions are
expected mainly over southeast South Dakota, northeast Nebraska,
most of northern Iowa and southern Minnesota...thus prompting
numerous winter storm warnings and blizzard warnings to be posted.
Snow accumulations over these areas should generally range from
about 5 to 10 inches along and north of the Interstate 80
corridor...with 1 to 3 inches its south.

Low temperatures tonight...6 to 12 degrees northern Minnesota, and 5
to 15 for north Dakota, to the 50s across the southeast third of
Missouri.  Highs on Friday, 20s for much of Minnesota, the Dakotas
and western Nebraska, to the 60s for the southeast third of
Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, lows in the 20s,
and highs mid 20s to lower 30s.


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