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AWUS83 KOAX 172204

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
400 PM CST Fri Feb 17 2017

Unseasonably warm temperatures again prevailed across the region,
with record temperatures being recorded at Omaha Eppley and Lincoln
by mid-afternoon.  Overall conditions prevailed under sunny skies.

A cold front was progressing south across the region, and had moved
through northeast Nebraska and northwest Iowa by mid-afternoon. The
front is expect its southward push, and will move into Kansas and
Missouri by evening.  The most notable change with the frontal
passage, will be a change in wind direction from southwest to

Cooler air will settle in in the wake of the front, with
temperatures on Saturday only climbing into the 60s which
still will be above normal. Normal warmth will last through the
weekend into early next week. The next chance of precipition comes
on Sunday night into Monday, when thunderstorms are expected.

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