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AWUS83 KOAX 211735

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1235 PM CDT Wed Jun 21 2017

It was a pleasant morning across eastern Nebraska and southwest
Iowa, under mostly sunny skies and with mild temperatures.  It will
be another warm afternoon, with the warm temperatures continuing
into Thursday.  After a cold front moves through the area,
temperatures will cool off for the weekend.

A warm front over the eastern Dakotas is expected to lift into the
Great Lakes region by days end, while the cold front over the
Dakotas reaches northern Nebraska.  There will be chances of showers
and thunderstorms across the region, with the best chances in
association with the cold front.  Storms are possible for the
Missouri Valley region this evening, tonight and Thursday, as the
cold front approaches and then advances through eastern Nebraska and
western Iowa. The primary hazards expected will be hail and damaging
winds, along with locally heavy rain.  The cold front is expected,
by Thursday evening, to be situated across northeast Iowa, southeast
Nebraska and southwest Kansas.

High temperatures this afternoon, 70s northern portions of Minnesota
and North Dakota, to approaching and exceeding 100 degrees in
southwest Nebraska and western quarter of Kansas.  Lows tonight, 50s
to approaching 70, with the 50s across northern Minnesota and most
of the Dakotas.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, highs
lower and mid 90s, and lows mid 60s to around 70.


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