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AWUS83 KOAX 191705

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1205 PM CDT MON SEP 19 2016

A weak cold front, during the morning, extended from northwest
Wisconsin through southwest Iowa and southeast Nebraska and then ran
along the border of Nebraska and Kansas.  The most likely location
for weather, with this front, is expected to be across eastern Iowa
and east of this area, this afternoon and evening.  Showers and
thunderstorms can be expected to develop in these areas, with a
potential for some of the storms becoming severe.  For eastern
Nebraska and western Iowa, no precipitation is expected with the
passage of this front, along with little change in temperatures
behind it.  The portion of the front that will advance into central
Kansas and central Missouri is expected to stall out over that area
tonight, then lift back north on Tuesday.

High temperatures this afternoon, 70s across Minnesota and North
Dakota to the lower and mid 90s western Kansas. Lows tonight mid and
upper 40s North Dakota and northern Minnesota, to the 60s across
Missouri and most of Kansas.  For eastern Nebraska and western Iowa,
highs in the lower 80s and lows mid 50s to around 60.


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