Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
854 PM CDT TUE SEP 27 2016

A strong low pressure system centered over the Great Lakes region
will maintain a northerly flow pattern over much of Mid America
through Wednesday. As such, cool high pressure from the Canadian
Plains will build south into the Plains, bringing somewhat cooler
temperatures than were seen Tuesday afternoon. The only
precipitation across the region will be in the form of light showers
skirting far eastern sections of Iowa later tonight and Wednesday.

Otherwise expect clear skies both tonight and Wednesday with
northerly breezes. Lows tonight are forecast to drop into the 40s
over most of Mid America, with some 50s expected in Kansas and
Missouri. Highs Wednesday afternoon will range from cool 60s in
Iowa, Missouri and eastern Nebraska, to near 80 degrees from the
Nebraska Panhandle into western Kansas.

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