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AWUS83 KOAX 192013

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

Cloudy and cool conditions continued across eastern Nebraska and
southwest Iowa Monday afternoon, as north to northeast winds blew at
10 to 25 mph. Temperatures at 3 PM ranged from 38 degrees at Albion
Nebraska, to 52 degrees at Clarinda, Shenandoah and Red Oak Iowa.

A low pressure system extending from the Dakotas into western Kansas
Monday afternoon will continue to drift east into Minnesota and
western Iowa by Tuesday morning. That system was already causing
scattered rain and snow showers in western and central Nebraska
Monday afternoon, with that activity spreading into eastern parts of
Nebraska and South Dakota, as well as western Iowa, overnight.

The precipitation is forecast to linger through much of Tuesday
morning before diminishing during the afternoon. Total snow amounts
of an inch or two are possible, but with temperatures warming well
above freezing during the day, not much of it will last on the ground
very long.

Low temperatures tonight are forecast to fall into the 20s across
western parts of South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas, while holding in
the 30s from eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, to Missouri and
eastern Kansas. Highs Tuesday afternoon should rebound into the 40s
for much of Mid America, but hold in the 30s in northern Iowa, and
climb into the 50s in western Kansas.

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