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AWUS83 KOAX 171705

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1205 PM CDT Sat Jun 17 2017

A surface boundary stalled in far southeast Nebraska and far
southwest Iowa should be the focus for storm development this
afternoon, as temperatures warm to around 90 degrees. Meanwhile, an
upper level weather disturbance could touch off more storms across
the area, although conditions are not as favorable for organized
severe weather, as was the case on Friday. This disturbance will
increase the intensity of storms near the front, and also push the
front into eastern Iowa and southward into Kansas and Missouri.
With this combination severe weather and locally heavy rain is
likely.  Then for Sunday and Monday look for diminished prospects of
thunderstorm activity across most of the Midwest, along with cooler

High temperatures this afternoon, 70s across Minnesota, the Dakotas
and western Nebraska, to 100 to 105 in southwest Kansas. Lows
tonight, cooling into the 50s to mid 60s, save for 40s across the
western Dakotas and western Nebraska.


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