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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1135 PM CDT Sun Jul 23 2017

High pressure stretching from the Dakotas, Nebraska and Kansas into
the Great Lakes region, will slide eastward Monday through Monday
night. Meanwhile in the same time period, a warm front will advance
eastward across the Dakotas, Nebraska and Kansas. The high pressure
is associated with a much drier airmass accompanied with milder
temperatures than that of previous days, while the warm front will
bring a return of warmer temperatures, although not as unpleasant as
last weeks.  A trough of low pressure will deepen over the High
Plains on Monday, resulting in strengthening south winds.  For
eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, patchy fog is possible toward
daybreak especially along the Missouri River.

Low temperatures tonight, 50s for Minnesota into eastern South
Dakota and northern Iowa, to the lower 70s south central Kansas and
southeast Missouri.  Highs on Monday, mid to upper 70s for most of
Minnesota and northeast Iowa, to around 100 across central and
western South Dakota.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, lows
in the lower 60s, and highs mid 80s to around 90.


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