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AWUS83 KOAX 171527

Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1027 AM CDT Sat Mar 17 2018

The wintry mix of precipitation across eastern Nebraska and southwest
Iowa on Friday finally pushed east into central Iowa just after
midnight this morning. However widespread cloud cover and north winds
around 10 mph remained in place through the morning. Temperatures
remained fairly steady through the early morning, and at 10 AM were
still in the lower and middle 30s at all reporting sites.

High pressure is forecast to settle south into Mid America this
afternoon, then gradually push east into eastern Iowa by Sunday
morning. Abundant cloud cover is expected to slowly erode from the
west this afternoon, but areas from eastern South Dakota into eastern
Nebraska and much of Iowa and Missouri will likely see only brief
glimpses of sunshine if any at all. Then overnight, areas of fog and
more cloud cover are forecast to redevelop over much of the region.

The clouds and cool north winds will keep temperatures in check this
afternoon, with highs only in the 30s to lower 40s from South Dakota
through Iowa and Missouri. More sunshine and a return to southerly
winds in western Nebraska and Kansas should push highs into the 50s
for those areas. Overnight lows are forecast to range from the 20s in
South Dakota and Nebraska, to the middle 30s in Missouri and Kansas.

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