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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
1007 AM CDT SUN JUL 20 2014

INCREASING SOUTHERLY WINDS ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS...WILL RESULT
IN HOT AND HUMID CONDITIONS ACROSS MUCH OF THE MIDWEST INTO EARLY
NEXT WEEK. HOT TEMPERATURES OVER THE WESTERN PLAINS ARE FORECAST TO
EXPAND EASTWARD TODAY INTO THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY AND EVEN MORE
SO MONDAY AND TUESDAY. THE PATTERN REMAINS MAINLY DRY.  HIGHEST HEAT
INDEX VALUES SHOULD RANGE FROM 95 TO 100 TODAY AND 105 TO 110 ON
MONDAY AND TUESDAY. ISOLATED STORMS MAY TRY TO DEVELOP TONIGHT AND
EARLY MONDAY...HOWEVER THE HEAT SHOULD LIMIT THESE WITH A BETTER
CHANCE FOR ISOLATED STORMS MONDAY AFTERNOON AND MONDAY NIGHT.


HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL BE IN MID 80S TO LOWER 90S.  PARTS OF
SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA WILL TOP OUT IN THE TRIPLE DIGITS.  LOWS TONIGHT
WILL SETTLE BACK INTO THE LOWER 70S.

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