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Winter storm expected to bring snow, cold temperatures to parts of Nebraska, Iowa


DES MOINES, Iowa — A winter storm system moving through the Midwest is expected to bring snow and cold temperatures to parts of Nebraska and Iowa.

The National Weather Service says the system will affect northeast Nebraska and western, central and northern Iowa on Monday. The system is expected to pass through Nebraska by Monday afternoon. Parts of Iowa will be affected through early Tuesday.

Officials say an inch of snow could fall in Nebraska. Between 6 and 8 inches of snow is forecast in Iowa, and higher amounts could fall in north central Iowa.

Meteorologist Kurt Kotenberg says the heaviest snowfall in Iowa is expected Monday afternoon and evening, which may affect commuters leaving work. Bitter cold temperatures will hit parts of Nebraska and Iowa on Wednesday.

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