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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
323 PM CST Tue Nov 21 2017

Despite sunny skies during the afternoon, a brisk northwest wind of
15 to 30 mph pushed much colder air into eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa. Temperatures at 3 PM were mainly in the lower and
middle 30s, but ranged from a cold 28 degrees at Norfolk to 38
degrees at Beatrice. However with the winds, it felt more like the
teens and 20s across the area.

High pressure is forecast to settle into Mid America overnight,
maintaining clear skies and bringing diminishing winds. As the high
pressures settles farther into the Southern Plains on Wednesday, and
combined with a low pressure system rolling into the Dakotas, a
return to southerly winds and a bit warmer temperatures can be

Lows tonight will drop into the teens across most of Mid America, but
may hold in the 20s from western South Dakota into western Kansas
where southerly winds will return soonest. Highs Wednesday afternoon
are forecast to range from the 40s in Missouri and southern Iowa, to
the 60s in western parts of South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

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