Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KOAX 221710

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1210 PM CDT SUN MAY 22 2016

A large storm system over the western United States will bring
several rounds of showers and thunderstorms to the Midwest this week.
For today...thunderstorms forming over the Western Plains will shift
eastward and weaken. Some of these storms may make it into central
Nebraska this afternoon and this evening. However for tonight, a
stronger convective complex is expected to develop over the Black
Hills, advancing eastward through Monday. This line of storms will
hold together with showers and thunderstorms likely moving into the
Missouri River Valley region.

Some of the storms may become strong to severe, with the greatest
risk of severe storms across the western Plains. The best area for
locally heavy rain is expected to be across the central portions of
South Dakota and central Nebraska, early tonight, shifting eastward
through the night.

High temperatures this afternoon, in the 70s to lower 80s.  Lows
tonight, ranging from the 40s for the western portions of the
Dakotas and Nebraska, to the mid 60s for the Missouri Valley region
and most of Kansas.  For eastern Nebraska and western Iowa,
highs in the upper 70s and lows in the mid 60s.


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