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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1058 PM CDT Tue Apr 25 2017

A low pressure system and associated cold front stretching from
eastern Iowa through southeast Kansas will be the focus for showers
and thunderstorms tonight. Thunderstorms are expected across eastern
Kansas and eastern Iowa and spread across Missouri. Farther north
and northwest, showers are likely across Minnesota and western Iowa,
wrapping around into eastern South Dakota and eastern Nebraska, with
snow western and central South Dakota.

By Wednesday afternoon, the northern end of this system will have
moved off into the Great Lakes, leaving cloudy and cool conditions in
its wake. However the southern part of the system will continue to
generate thunderstorms across Missouri into southeast Kansas.
through the day. Severe storms and flooding rains are possible in
these areas, especially southern Missouri.

Low temperatures tonight, 20s North Dakota, northern Minnesota, and
western South Dakota, to around 63 degrees in southeast Missouri.
Highs on Wednesday, upper 20s to mid 30s northern Minnesota, to the
70s southeast Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa,
lows mid and upper 30s, and highs mid and upper 40s.

$$

Klish



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