Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1025 PM CST Sun Jan 15 2017

A strong winter storm will affect Nebraska and Iowa through Monday,
and southwest to northwest Kansas and northern Missouri into Monday
morning. This has prompted the issuance of numerous ice storm and
winter storm warnings. Freezing rain will continue to overspread
eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa from the south with
precipitation rates increasing tonight into Monday. Storm total ice
accumulations will range from around a half inch across southeast
Nebraska and southwest Iowa, to around a tenth of an inch across
northeast Nebraska where one to two inches of snow is also expected.
The precipitation is expected to begin to taper off Monday night.

Low temperatures tonight, 5 above northern Minnesota and 5 below
portions of the Dakotas, to the mid 40s southwest Missouri. Highs on
Monday, upper teens to mid 20s for North Dakota to the lower 60s
southwest Missouri. For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, lows
mid 20s to lower 30s, and highs lower to mid 30s.


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