Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Omaha/Valley, NE

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
315 PM CDT THU MAY 28 2015

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP ACROSS MUCH OF THE CENTRAL
PLAINS THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING.  STRONGER THUNDERSTORMS WILL
OCCUR OVER PARTS OF WESTERN KANSAS AND NEBRASKA WHERE LARGE
HAIL...STRONG WINDS AND EVEN AN ISOLATED TORNADOE IS POSSIBLE.  A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR AREA UNTIL 8 PM MDT.

A COLD FRONT WILL EVENTUALLY MOVE ACROSS EASTERN NEBRASKA AND
WESTERN IOWA AROUND MIDDAY FRIDAY.  ONCE THE FRONT PASSES SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL END AS WINDS SHIFT TO THE NORTHWEST AND
BECOME BREEZY.  THE WEEKEND IS STILL LOOKING TO BE DRY AND MILD.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE 40S AND 50S ACROSS THE WESTERN HIGH
PLAINS TO 60S ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS.  HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL BE IN
THE 60S AND 70S ACROSS MOST OF THE CENTRAL PLAINS.

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