Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Omaha/valley NE 
255 PM CDT Tuesday Jul 29 2014 

Short term...(tonight through friday) 
issued at 250 PM CDT Tuesday Jul 29 2014 

A northwest flow pattern remains in place across the area at 19z 
with considerable middle to high clouds across the region. Little 
change to general forecast trends in the short term as upper 
trough continues to hold over the eastern Continental U.S. With ridge in the 
west. Near to slightly below normal temperatures will continue during 
the period. 

Looks like the area should also continue to see generally dry 
weather during this time with deeper moisture pooled to the west 
and south from the central rockies to the Southern Plains. High 
pressure will continue to dominate from the northern plains into 
the lower Missouri Valley. Isolated showers and thunderstorms 
could brush western parts of the forecast area late Wednesday 
night and early Thursday with decent 1000-700mb lapse rates in the 
area and pockets of 850mb moisture but probability of precipitation will be on the low 

Long term...(friday night through tuesday) 
issued at 250 PM CDT Tuesday Jul 29 2014 

Western ridge breaks down a bit and shifts east into the plains 
region in the extended period over the weekend. Main impact will 
be a trend toward warmer temperatures on Sunday and Monday. Better 
chance for precipitation will be north of the area as another front moves 
into the norther plains and also to the west where monsoonal 
moisture remains in place. 


Aviation...(18z tafs for kofk...klnk and koma.) 
Issued at 1207 PM CDT Tuesday Jul 29 2014 

VFR conditions expected through the period. Some MVFR fog could 
occur at koma from 10-14z. 


Oax watches/warnings/advisories... 


Short term...fobert 
long term...fobert 

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