Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Omaha/Valley, NE

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
315 PM CDT MON JUL 7 2014

A STALLED OUT FRONTAL BOUNDARY ALONG THE KANSAS NEBRASKA BORDER WILL
BE THE FOCUS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THUNDERSTORMS LATE THIS
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.  SOME STORMS COULD BE QUITE STRONG PRODUCING
STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND SOME HAIL.  WHERE STRONGER STORMS OCCUR THE
POSSIBILITY OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL IS ALSO LIKELY.  A FLASH FLOOD
WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHWEST IOWA EXTENDING INTO NEIGHBORING
PARTS OF MISSOURI WHERE SOME OF THE HEAVIER RAINFALL IS EXPECTED TO
OCCUR...AND WHERE HEAVIER RAIN HAS ALREADY FALLEN IN THE PAST FEW
DAYS.  THE STORMY WEATHER WILL MAKE A SOMEWHAT FAST EXIT DURING THE
EARLY MORNING HOURS ON TUESDAY GIVING WAY TO QUIET AND COOLER
WEATHER FOR THE MID WEEK.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE MIDDLE 50S ACROSS THE
WESTERN HIGH PLAINS TO LOWER AND MIDDLE 60S ACROSS MUCH OF THE
CENTRAL PLAINS.  HIGHS ON TUESDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE 70S ACROSS THE
DAKOTAS AND WISCONSIN TO 80S ACROSS MUCH OF NEBRASKA AND IOWA.

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MEYER



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