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National Weather Service Omaha/valley NE
618 am CDT Friday Oct 31 2014

Short term...(today through sunday)
issued at 251 am CDT Friday Oct 31 2014

Surface high pressure settles across the forecast area today
resulting in cool conditions with highs in the lower 40s. This
area of high pressure does shift east tonight allowing breezy
southeasterly winds to develop. It will be a cold night with lows
in the middle 20s. Winds could approach Wind Advisory criteria in
northeast Nebraska Saturday afternoon...but cool conditions remain
with highs in the upper 40s to around 50. Breezy southerly winds
continue Saturday night and Sunday. Not as Cold Saturday night
with lows in the middle 30s...then highs Sunday back to normal in
the upper 50s to lower 60s.

Long term...(sunday night through thursday)
issued at 251 am CDT Friday Oct 31 2014

A trough currently off the West Coast will move into the central
rockies Sunday. Moisture streaming into the region could bring
isolated showers to the area by daybreak Monday as a cold front
slides in from the north. There is marginal instability along and
south of the front and couldn't rule out a rumble of thunder late
Sunday night into Monday as well. Precipitation chances continue Monday
night...but should be east of the area by daybreak Tuesday as the
upper trough moves through. Dry weather for the remainder of the
extended period with near normal temperatures.

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Aviation...(12z tafs for kofk...klnk and koma.)
Issued at 617 am CDT Friday Oct 31 2014

VFR conditions expected to prevail through the forecast period.

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Oax watches/warnings/advisories...
NE...none.
Iowa...none.
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Short term...Dewald
long term...Dewald
aviation...Dee

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