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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1134 AM CST Tue Dec 5 2017

A much cooler weather pattern will be the norm for this week,
compared to the past few weeks.  Although no significant amounts of
snow are expected, look for some potential for light snow or snow
flurries off and on through the rest of this workweek. It is
expected for several weak disturbances to impact the region, which
could produce some periods of strong winds as well as those
intermittent chances for light precipitation.

High temperatures this afternoon, teens northern Minnesota and
northeast North Dakota to the upper 40s much of Kansas. Lows
tonight, readings in the 20s will dominate, save for single digits
above zero for much of Minnesota and northeast North Dakota.  For
eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, highs around 40 to mid 40s and
lows upper 20s.

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Klish



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