Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
316 PM CST THU FEB 26 2015

ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL SETTLE OVER MID AMERICA TONIGHT...BRINGING
VERY COLD TEMPERATURES TO MUCH OF THE REGION. AS THAT HIGH MOVES OFF
TO THE EAST ON FRIDAY...SOUTHERLY WINDS WILL RETURN AND WILL HELP
TEMPERATURES WARM UP A LITTLE MORE THAN THURSDAY. BUT STILL THOSE
TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN A GOOD 20 DEGREES BELOW LATE FEBRUARY
NORMALS. MEANWHILE A STORM SYSTEM IN THE CENTRAL ROCKIES IS FORECAST
TO DROP SOUTHEAST... SPREADING SNOW INTO WESTERN KANSAS FOR MOST OF
TONIGHT AND FRIDAY.

OUTSIDE OF ANY SNOW AREAS...EXPECT CLEAR SKIES OVERNIGHT WITH MOSTLY
SUNNY SKIES ON FRIDAY. LOWS TONIGHT WILL DROP WELL BELOW ZERO IN
MANY AREAS OF IOWA AND NEBRASKA...RANGING FROM 15 BELOW IN NORTHERN
IOWA TO ZERO TO 10 BELOW IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEBRASKA. LOWS IN
KANSAS AND MISSOURI ARE FORECAST TO DROP INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS
ABOVE ZERO. HIGHS FRIDAY AFTERNOON SHOULD SNEAK INTO THE 20S FOR
MOST OF NEBRASKA AND KANSAS...WITH TEENS FORECAST IN IOWA AND
NORTHERN MISSOURI.

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