Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1134 am CDT SUN JUL 17 2016

The frontal boundary over southern Iowa and southeast Nebraska is
expected to drift south this afternoon, and by evening be across far
northern Missouri and far southeast Nebraska. This boundary will
continue to be the focus for thunderstorm development through
tonight, with scattered storms overnight mainly across Nebraska and
Kansas.  Isolated storms could develop north of Interstate 80. The
portion of the frontal boundary stretching westward of southeast
Nebraska, will lift northeast as a warm front. This warm front is
expected to reach northeast Nebraska and eastern South Dakota by
Tuesday evening.  This will set the stage for very hot and humid
conditions to spread across the Midwest, with heat index values
reaching 100 to 110 on Thursday and Friday.

High temperatures this afternoon lower 70s in northeast Minnesota,
to around 100 in southwest and central Kansas.  Lows tonight upper
40s northeast Minnesota to the lower mid 70s for much of Missouri
into central Kansas.  For eastern Nebraska and western Iowa highs in
the mid and upper 80s and lows in the lower 70s.


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