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AWUS83 KOAX 162018

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
318 PM CDT SUN OCT 16 2016

Low clouds and dense fog blanketed eastern Nebraska and southwest
Iowa Sunday morning. By early afternoon, only patchy light fog
remained in parts of northeast Nebraska. And breaks in the cloud
cover were seen in southeast Nebraska and southwest Iowa. The clouds
had kept temperatures cooler in northeast Nebraska where mid
afternoon readings were in the middle 60s, with areas from
Interstate 80 and south seeing temperatures in the 75 to 80 degree

The low clouds and fog are scheduled to make a return overnight
across a good parts of Mid America, generally from central and
eastern Nebraska across Iowa and South Dakota. In fact, dense fog
advisories are posted for some from eastern Nebraska into western
Iowa and southeast South Dakota. Meanwhile, a low pressure system
sweeping across the Northern Plains will push a cold front south
into South Dakota by late Monday afternoon. Ahead of that front,
winds will turn to the west and southwest which will help scour out
any fog and low clouds, and bring warm temperatures to the region.
Any precipitation with the front should remain over northern South
Dakota into Minnesota where a few showers or isolated thunderstorms
are possible.

Look for low temperatures by Monday morning to drop into the 40s
from western South Dakota through western Nebraska, but hold in the
60s from eastern Kansas into Missouri and Iowa. High temperatures by
Monday afternoon will range from near 70 in South Dakota to near 90
in southern Kansas. Most of Mid America should see highs between 75
and 85.

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