Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
320 PM CDT MON MAY 30 2016

Two areas of thunderstorms are expected across the region tonight.
The first area will extend from western Missouri into southern Iowa
and southeast Nebraska. The second area will be along a cold front
from western South Dakota into western Nebraska and northeast
Colorado. Most of eastern Nebraska will be between these two areas
early this evening but as the cold front pushes east the chance of
more widespread thunderstorms will increase for eastern Nebraska by
late evening and into the overnight. Storms will linger into Tuesday
morning from southeast Nebraska into central Iowa with most of the
activity east of the area by Tuesday afternoon.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the 40s in the far west to
lower 60s in eastern parts of the region. Highs on Tuesday will
be mainly in the 70s with cooler 60s in the far west.

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Fobert


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