Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
347 AM CDT TUE JUL 26 2016

High pressure over the Missouri River Valley region this morning
will slide off to the east during the day as a low pressure system
gathers in the Northern Plains. Increasing southerly winds will
result, drawing more humidity back into the region. That humidity is
forecast to interact with the low pressure system to trigger
thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight. Much of South Dakota and
western Nebraska can expect scattered storms during the afternoon.
Then as the low pressure drops southeast overnight, most of South
Dakota, Nebraska and western Kansas will see Thunderstorms.

Outside of the storms, mostly sunny skies are forecast today with
mainly clear skies tonight. High temperatures this afternoon are
forecast to reach well into the 90s from central and western South
Dakota through western Nebraska and western Kansas. The rest of Mid
America will reach the mid and upper 80s. Lows tonight should settle
back into the 60s.

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