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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
927 PM CDT Tue Sep 12 2017

A pleasant afternoon continued as a pleasant evening across eastern
Nebraska and southwest Iowa.  The only clouds were thin high clouds
spreading northwest from the remnants of Hurricane Irma that were
spinning towards southern Illinois. Our winds were also being
affected, with a northeast flow noted across far southwest Iowa and
far southeast Nebraska on the outer fringes of the larger
circulation. Otherwise winds were from the south and southeast to
the north of this region.

The low pressure system left behind by Irma is forecast to lift into
the Ohio Valley region on Wednesday.  Meanwhile, low pressure will
deepen in the High Plains of western South Dakota and Nebraska. In
between, much of Mid America will experience an increase in
southerly winds, but not much cloud cover. A slight increase in
humidity will be felt in some part of the region, helping to fuel a
chance of showers and thunderstorms.  Otherwise another mild night
is forecast.

Low temperatures tonight, in the 50s to lower 60s.  Highs on
Wednesday, mid 80s to mid 90s, with the mid 90s across the western
portions of South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.  For eastern Nebraska
and southwest Iowa, lows mainly upper 50s, and highs upper 80s.


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