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Tuesday, November 20, 2018  
 
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Area Conditions for Ohiowa, NE
 
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Temperature: 55 oF
Feels Like: 55 oF
Humidity: 42%
Barometer: 30.17
Dew Point: 32 oF
Wind Dir.: SW
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Sunrise: 7:21
Sunset: 5:10
Observation: Sunny
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As reported at HEBRON, NE at 3:00 PM

5-day Forecast for Ohiowa, NE
Date Tue
11/20
Wed
11/21
Thu
11/22
Fri
11/23
Sat
11/24
Weather Condition Clear Clear Clear Rain Mostly Cloudy
Weather Clear Clear Clear Rain Mostly Cloudy
Temperature (°F)
Low/High
23/54 25/59 29/59 41/58 32/56
Feels Like (°F)
Low/High
31/54 25/59 24/59 36/58 27/56
Dew Point (°F) 31 29 34 38 32
Humidity (%) 54 61 67 62 58
Wind Speed (mph) 7 3 10 8 5
Precipitation
Chance
(%)
- - - 30 -
Precipitation
Amount
(inches)
S=Snow, L=Liquid
None None None Rain
0.25
None
Evapo-
transpiration

(inches/day)
0.08 0.05 0.09 0.08 0.07
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Bryce Anderson – DTN Meteorologist
Snow Friday in Northeast; Rain in West

The northeast U.S. will see snow Wednesday as part of a cold front moving southward. Washington, Oregon and parts of California will see rain, which will help control fires, but may also bring issues with flooding and mudslides. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 12:28PM Tue Nov 20, 2018 CST
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