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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
1041 AM CDT WED APR 15 2015

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE WILL BRING SCATTERED LIGHT SHOWERS TO
PARTS OF EASTERN NEBRASKA AND SOUTHWEST IOWA THE REST OF TODAY.
BETTER CHANCES FOR HEAVIER PRECIPITATION WILL REMAIN FARTHER WEST
FROM THE WESTERN PARTS OF THE DAKOTAS AND NEBRASKA INTO WYOMING AND
COLORADO. SOME SNOW IS EXPECTED IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS.
PRECIPITATION CHANCES TONIGHT SHOULD BE FAIRLY LOW...BUT DUE TO A
COLD FRONT THAT WILL ADVANCE EASTWARD ACROSS THE PLAINS
REGION...CHANCES WILL INCREASE THURSDAY AND CONTINUE INTO THE
WEEKEND.

HIGH TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON...MAINLY IN THE 60S...AND LOWS
TONIGHT MOSTLY IN THE 40S...SAVE FOR READINGS IN THE 30S WESTERN
NEBRASKA AND WESTERN DAKOTAS.  FOR EASTERN NEBRASKA AND WESTERN
IOWA...HIGHS LOWER TO MID 60S AND LOWS UPPER 40S.

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KLISH



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