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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1021 PM CST Sat Dec 3 2016

An area of light snow over parts of eastern Nebraska and western
Iowa, as of late evening, will continue to move off to the east
tonight, as the shortwave trough shifts to the east.  As a result
look for clearing skies and warmer temperatures on Sunday. Another
shortwave trough will quickly move through the northern plains on
Monday, with the associated strong cold front advancing through
eastern Nebraska and western Iowa late in the day. Snow accumulation
from this round of snow will be generally in the one to two inch
range, due to the first portion of the snowfall having melted.

Low temperatures tonight, teens in the Nebraska Panhandle to the
upper 30s in southwest Missouri.  Highs on Sunday, in the 40s across
Kansas into southern South Dakota, and Missouri into southern Iowa,
with readings in the 30s north of this region.  For eastern Nebraska
and western Iowa, lows upper 20s to mid 30s, and highs in the 40s.


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