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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
955 PM CDT SUN OCT 16 2016

The low clouds and fog can be expected overnight across Mid
America...generally from central and eastern Nebraska across Iowa
and South Dakota.  Dense fog advisories are posted from eastern
Nebraska into western Iowa and southeast South Dakota. A low
pressure system sweeping across the Northern Plains will push a cold
front south into South Dakota by late Monday afternoon.  Ahead of
that front, winds will turn to the west and southwest which will
help scour out any fog and low clouds, and bring warm temperatures
to the region.  Any precipitation with the front should remain over
northern South Dakota into Minnesota where a few showers or isolated
thunderstorms are possible.

Low temperatures overnight will be in the 40s from western South
Dakota through western Nebraska...but hold in the 60s from eastern
Kansas into Missouri and Iowa.  High temperatures by Monday
afternoon will range from near 70 in South near 90 in
southern Kansas. Most of Mid America should see highs between 75 and

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