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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1010 PM CDT TUE JUL 26 2016

Scattered thunderstorms can be expected across the Midwest the rest
of the week, with some strong to severe storms possible.

A cold front across central Minnesota and northern South Dakota will
move slowly southward through Wednesday night,reaching southern Iowa
and southeast Nebraska.   For tonight thunderstorms should reach
northeast Nebraska, with storm chances across the entire region on
Wednesday as the frontal boundary slowly moves into eastern Nebraska
and western Iowa.  Meanwhile, a low pressure center over western
Nebraska will move to central Kansas, with the associated frontal
boundary meandering over Kansas and Missouri.

Low temperatures tonight, mid to upper 50s across northern Minnesota
and most of North Dakota, to the lower 70s southern Missouri and
southeast Kansas.  Highs on Wednesday, 70s to lower 80s for
Minnesota and North Dakota to the lower 90s across Kansas. For
eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, lows mid and upper 60s, and highs
mid and upper 80s.


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