Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
339 AM CST Sun Feb 11 2018

A band of snow which affected portions of eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa earlier Saturday night had shifted to the east of the
region as of 3 AM. Clouds are also in the process of decreasing from
north to south across the area with current temperatures of zero to
10 above. The decreasing clouds combined with light winds should
allow the mercury to bottom out at 5 below zero over northeast
Nebraska with 5 above zero across southeast Nebraska and southwest
Iowa around sunrise.

Abundant sunshine should allow for slightly warmer temperatures today
with afternoon readings in the 20s with light west winds. A few
clouds will overspread the area tonight, though dry conditions are
forecast. Lows on Sunday night will range from 7 below zero to 2
above zero.

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