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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1126 AM CDT Mon Oct 23 2017

The cold front that moved through the Missouri Valley region during
the morning, is expected by the end of today to reach the Ohio
Valley region, central Kentucky and southern Texas.  To the west of
the Mississippi River as for precipitation mainly just some
sprinkles.  The main feature with this system will the strong winds,
with wind speeds in its wake 25 to 35 miles an hour gusting to 40 to
50 miles an hour through tonight.

The winds could make it difficult to control any fires that ignite
outdoors, including those that occur during harvesting. The winds
also could make travel difficult for high-profile vehicles, as well
as blow loose objects around.

High temperatures this afternoon in the 50s across North Dakota and
Minnesota to the 60s across Kansas and Missouri. Lows tonight in the
30s to mid 40s.  For eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa, highs
around 60 and lows in the lower 40s.

Breezy and cooler conditions will occur on Tuesday, with high
temperatures in the lower to middle 50s for eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa.

$$

Klish



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