Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1101 PM CDT Fri Mar 17 2017

Fair weather will dominate across the Midwest this weekend. Although
there will be a chance of thunderstorms late in the day, on Sunday,
for southeast Iowa, and slight chances of precipitation for parts of
the Dakotas on Sunday.  Otherwise, drier air will remain in place,
with a very high fire danger possible for parts of Nebraska on
Saturday. Meanwhile, for eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa,
temperatures will be a bit cooler than on Friday.

Low temperatures tonight, 5 above northeast North Dakota, to the
lower 40s in far southern Kansas and Missouri. Highs on Saturday,
30s northern Minnesota and northeast North Dakota, to the 70s for
western Kansas into southwest South Dakota. For eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa, lows mid and upper 20s, and highs mid and upper 50s.


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