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Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE
1030 AM CDT Fri Apr 13 2018

Low pressure was located over northeast Kansas and southeast
Nebraska this morning and will track slowly northeast today. The low
is expected to reach the Iowa Nebraska border south of Omaha by
early this evening with a cold front extending into eastern Kansas.
Ahead of this system, strong south winds will transport a warm and
humid air mass into the region with thunderstorms, some of which
could be severe. The severe weather threat will be mainly focused in
portions of extreme eastern Nebraska and Kansas and southwest Iowa
and Missouri with hail and wind as the primary threats, though a
threat for tornadoes also exists mainly in portions of southwest
Iowa this evening.

Winter weather conditions will spread toward eastern Nebraska
tonight behind the cold front with blizzard conditions expected from
parts of northeast into central Nebraska.

High temperatures today will range from the lower 80s from southeast
Nebraska into southwest Iowa to the mid 40s in parts of northeast
Nebraska. Lows tonight will be from the lower 40s in southeast
Nebraska to the upper 20s in parts of northeast Nebraska.

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