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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1149 AM CDT Sat Mar 25 2017

Periods of light rain will persist over eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa this afternoon, as the storm system over southwest
Missouri lifts slowly northeast to be over northwest Illinois by
Sunday morning.  As the storm system moves further northeast, expect
the rain to come to an end this evening in southeast Nebraska,
southwest Iowa, and eastern Kansas. Per Missouri and Iowa,
precipitation is expected to persist across eastern Missouri and the
eastern half of Iowa through Sunday morning. Further to the west,
for this afternoon,  decreasing clouds should bring sunshine to much
of western Nebraska and western Kansas. Elsewhere across the Midwest
considerable cloudiness, with considerably lesser chances of

High temperatures this afternoon, 40s across northeast North Dakota,
Minnesota, Iowa and eastern Nebraska, to the mid to Upper 60s
southeast Missouri.  Lows tonight, mid 20s to lower 30s northern
Minnesota, to the mid 40s southeast Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska
and southwest Iowa, highs and lows in the 40s.


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