Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Omaha/Valley, NE

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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1110 AM CST Fri Dec 9 2016

A large area of cold high pressure, over the eastern Dakotas and
Missouri Valley region during the late morning, will drift east into
the lower Ohio Valley today and tonight. Low pressure will move over
the central Rockies tonight with a warm front developing along the
Nebraska Kansas border on Saturday. Light snow is expected north of
the warm front on Saturday from the Dakotas into southern Minnesota
and northern Iowa. Parts of northeast Nebraska may also see some
light snow or flurries on Saturday, with the higher accumulations of
snow expected across southern Minnesota and northern Iowa. Another
system will impact the Midwest Monday night and Tuesday, with
additional periods of light snow.

High temperatures this afternoon, 5 below northern North Dakota to
the mid to upper 30s southwest Kansas. Lows tonight, 25 below
northeast North Dakota to around 20 in southwest Missouri.  For
eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, highs in the lower and mid 20s,
and lows in the teens.

$$

Klish


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