Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
932 AM CST Fri Jan 20 2017

Widespread fog is expected to continue across a large part of the
region the remainder of this morning, before conditions improve with
the fog becoming patchy. During the afternoon, patchy fog will
persist, with periods of drizzle through the period.  Light rain is
expected to move into the area tonight as an upper level disturbance
lifts through the Central Plains.  No significant precipitation is
expected through Saturday across the Midwest.  On Sunday, mainly dry
conditions can be expected, with still above normal temperatures.

Highs temperatures this afternoon, mid 20s central North Dakota to
around 60 in southwest Missouri.  Lows tonight, upper teens
northwest North Dakota to around 50 in southeast Missouri. For
eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, highs in the lower and mid 40s,
and lows in the 30s.


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