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AWUS83 KOAX 270533

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1133 PM CST Sun Feb 26 2017

It will be precipitation free across most of the Midwest tonight and
Monday, save for a chance of snow primarily across western North
Dakota and northern Minnesota.  Otherwise patchy fog is expected
across Iowa into southern Minnesota and into eastern Nebraska.
Meanwhile, warmer air will be moving into eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa tonight and Monday.  A southerly low level flow in
combination with a weak upper level disturbance could bring some
light rain or drizzle to parts of the area by Monday night. Then a
stronger disturbance is expected to bring a chance of light rain or
light snow Tuesday night, with the highest chances for accumulating
snow expected over northeast Kansas.  During the period light snow
will become more widespread over the Dakotas, and light rain will
spread across Missouri and much of Iowa, with possible isolated
thunderstorms developing across portions of Iowa Monday night.

Low temperatures tonight, 5 below to zero northern North Dakota, to
the mid 30s much of southern Missouri.  Highs on Monday, teens
northern North Dakota, to the lower 60s across much of Kansas and
southern Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, lows
around 19 to the mid 20s, and highs mainly mid to upper 40s.


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