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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1047 PM CST Tue Jan 10 2017

The storm system that brought precipitation to the Plains and
Missouri Valley region, the first half of Tuesday, had by late
evening moved mainly east of the Mississippi.  For tonight a warm
front will work it way northward towards the South Dakota border,
pulling warmer air into the region, with steady or slowly rising
temperatures.  However, another system will emerge from the Rockies
tonight, bringing light snow across the Dakotas, with the snow
spreading into northern Nebraska on Wednesday. This system will also
drive an arctic cold front south from the Dakotas, with that front
reaching Northwest Illinois to Southwest Kansas by late afternoon.
Then for Thursday arctic high pressure will settle over the Midwest,
bringing below normal temperatures.

Ahead of the front, southerly winds should help keep temperatures
from falling off too much tonight, but much colder air is slated to
follow the front during the day on Wednesday.  Temperatures on
Wednesday will not move upwards a whole lot from morning lows in
Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota, with temperatures falling in the
afternoon, while farther south, Kansas and Missouri, should be quite
mild.

Low temperatures tonight, 10 to 20 below for North Dakota and
northern Minnesota, to the lower 40s for southern Missouri. Highs on
Wednesday, zero to 10 below for North Dakota and northern
Minnesota,to the mid to upper 60s southern Kansas and southern half
of Missouri.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, lows teens
north to mid 20s south.  Highs on Wednesday, lower 20s north to
lower 40s south.

$$

Klish

Klish



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