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AWUS83 KOAX 012304

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
504 PM CST Thu Dec 1 2016

Persistent cloud cover over much of northeast Nebraska and west
central Iowa kept temperatures rather chilly during the afternoon,
while some breaks in the clouds in southeast Nebraska and
southwest Iowa allowed for a little more warming. As of 4 PM,
temperatures ranged from the low to mid 30s in northeast Nebraska,
to the lower 40s in southeast Nebraska.

An area of high pressure settling from the Dakotas southeast into
the Central Plains will maintain relatively light winds over Mid
America both tonight and Friday. Cloud cover spreading from the
Dakotas into northern Nebraska and most of Iowa is forecast to
slowly erode from south to north late tonight, and especially on
Friday. However much of South Dakota and northern Iowa will remain
mired in cloud cover much of Friday afternoon.

Expect low temperatures tonight to range from the teens in western
South Dakota into western Nebraska to the lower 30s in parts of
eastern Iowa and Missouri. Most of eastern Nebraska and western
Iowa should see lows in the 20s. Highs Friday afternoon should
rebound into the 40s in Kansas, Missouri, and southern sections of
Nebraska and Iowa, while holding in the 30s where clouds are
thicker to the north.

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