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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
409 AM CDT Wed Oct 26 2016

Scattered showers and thunderstorms that affected parts of eastern
Nebraska and southwest Iowa Tuesday evening had mostly pushed east
of the area overnight. As of 4 AM, there were still a few storms
from near Clarinda Iowa southwest to Falls City Nebraska. Behind the
rain, skies remained mostly cloudy with some parts of northeast
Nebraska seeing clear skies. Winds had turned to the west and
northwest as well. Temperatures at 4 o`clock ranged from the lower
50s in northeast Nebraska to the mid 60s in southwest Iowa and far
southeast Nebraska.

The storm system that brought showers and thunderstorms to parts of
Mid America Tuesday evening will move east across Iowa during the
morning, then across the Mississippi River into northern Illinois
during the afternoon. Thunderstorm activity will follow the system
to the east, affecting much of Iowa into Missouri during the
morning. Behind the system, mostly sunny skies are forecast in the
High Plains of western Nebraska and Kansas, but clouds will be
slow to clear in much of South Dakota, eastern Nebraska and
eastern Kansas, but some sunshine will be seen in the afternoon.
Clearing in Iowa and Missouri will likely hold off until the
evening or overnight.

Highs this afternoon should range from the 50s in northern Iowa
where clouds will hang on all day, to the 70s from western Nebraska
through Kansas. Expect overnight lows to settle back into the 40s
across most of Mid America.

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