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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1145 AM CDT Tue Sep 19 2017

Strong south winds are expected across the Central Plains today as a
low pressure system deepens in the western Dakotas. This low
pressure system will move east overnight, driving a cold front
eastward across the Dakotas, Nebraska and Kansas before entering
western Iowa early Tuesday morning. Scattered thunderstorms will be
possible along the front mainly over western and central South
Dakota this afternoon, then eastern South Dakota, northeast Nebraska
and parts of Iowa later tonight.

Cooler temperatures will follow the front as well, but not before a
very warm and humid afternoon. Under mostly sunny skies, expect high
to reach the 80s over most of the region, with parts of Kansas and
southern Nebraska seeing highs in the 90s. Lows tonight are forecast
to range from the 40s in western South Dakota and western Nebraska,
to the 70s ahead of the front in Missouri and eastern Kansas.

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