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AWUS83 KOAX 280902

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
402 AM CDT THU JUL 28 2016

A series of upper level impulses diving southeast from Montana into
the High Plains of Kansas will continue to generate showers and
thunderstorm s through tonight from western South Dakota through
western Nebraska and into Kansas. Some strong storms are likely from
southwest Nebraska through western Kansas this afternoon and evening
when hail and strong winds are possible. Farther east, high pressure
settling south from the Northern Plains into the Missouri River
Valley region should keep most of the thunderstorm activity at bay
in eastern South Dakota into eastern Nebraska and western Iowa.
However an isolated storm could pop up in these areas overnight.

Most of Mid America should see plenty of sunshine today and mostly
clear skies tonight except where thunderstorms are rumbling. High
temperatures this afternoon are forecast from the upper 70s in much
of Iowa and western Nebraska, to the 90s in southern Kansas. Lows
tonight should drop back into the 60s in most spots, but some 50s
are forecast in western Nebraska.

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