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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1017 PM CST Thu Dec 1 2016

Persistent cloud cover was over much of northeast and east central
Nebraska during the evening.  The cloud cover persisted over west
central Iowa while spreading over much of southern Iowa.

An area of high pressure settling from the Dakotas southeast into
the Central Plains and then the middle Mississippi Valley, will
maintain relatively light winds over the nations mid section tonight
and Friday. The cloud cover spreading from the Dakotas into northern
Nebraska and most of Iowa is forecast to slowly erode from south to
north late tonight, and especially on Friday. However much of the
Dakotas and Minnesota into northern Iowa will remain mired in cloud
cover for much of Friday afternoon.

Low temperatures tonight, teens for the western Dakotas into western
Nebraska to the lower 30s in eastern Iowa and southern Missouri.
Highs on Friday, lower 50s southern Missouri and southeast Kansas,
to the 20s across much of North Dakota and northern Minnesota. For
eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, lows in the mid and lower 20s,
and highs mid and upper 30s.


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