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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
329 PM CDT Sun Sep 24 2017

Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms developed across eastern
Nebraska and southwest Iowa during the late morning, and increased in
coverage through the afternoon. Some small hail, gusty winds and
brief heavy rain were all noted with some of the stronger storms.
Meanwhile a cold front had slipped into northeast Nebraska, turning
winds to the northwest there. Temperatures at 3 o`clock ranged from a
cool 60 degrees at Albion to a very warm 91 degrees in Clarinda Iowa.

The combination of a cold front extending from western Minnesota into
northwest Kansas, and moisture streaming north from the Southern
Plains, will lead to widespread showers and a few thunderstorms
across much of Mid America tonight and Monday. Much of eastern South
Dakota through central and eastern Nebraska, western Iowa, and parts
of northern and western Kansas, will see this activity tonight. As
the cold front shifts east later tonight and Monday, showers and
thunderstorms will also spread east to cover the rest of Iowa and
much of northern Missouri. Scattered showers are likely during the
day Monday behind the cold front as well, affecting all of South
Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

Skies will become cloud across the region tonight, with temperatures
cooling off quite a bit behind the cold front. Look for lows to range
from near 40 degrees in western Nebraska to near 70 in Missouri and
eastern Kansas. Much cooler highs are forecast Monday afternoon, with
temperatures in the 50s over much of South Dakota through Nebraska
and western Kansas. But ahead of the cold front, highs will still
reach the 80s in Missouri and southeast Kansas.

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