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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
919 PM CDT Mon Mar 19 2018

Cloudy skies and cool north to northwest winds of 10 to 20 mph
remained over eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa Monday evening. An
area of light rain showers was pushing east toward eastern Nebraska
as of 9 PM, but not much more than sprinkles were reported during the
evening. Temperatures at 9 o`clock were generally in the upper 30s
to middle 40s, but ranged from a cool 37 degrees at Albion and
Norfolk Nebraska, to 48 degrees at Falls City.

A low pressure system drifting east through Mid America tonight and
Tuesday will continue to generate light precipitation through Tuesday
afternoon. That precipitation will be mainly light snow in South
Dakota through central Nebraska, with light rain mixing with then
changing to snow in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa overnight and
Tuesday morning. Snow amounts should remain fairly light, averaging
around an inch from central through northeast Nebraska and into
northwest Iowa, with lesser amounts to the south.

Any lingering snow should gradually turn back to rain as temperatures
warm up on Tuesday, but the precipitaiton will be diminishing quite a
bit as we head into the afternoon.

Skies will remain cloudy where precipitation countinues on Tuesday,
with decreasing clouds in its wake in western Nebraska and Kansas.
Low temperatures by Tuesday morning will fall back into the 20s in
western Nebraska, but hold in the 30s from eastern Nebraska and
western Iowa into Missouri and eastern Kansas. Highs Tuesday
afternoon should rebound into the 40s over most of Mid America, but
range from the 30s in norhtern Iowa to the 50s in western Kansas.

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