Long range computer models continue to hint at the coldest air so far this season filtering in on Wednesday, November 13th.
A low pressure system diving southeastward from Canada on Tuesday swings a cold front through. The moisture associated with the system appears on the low end and the best chance for light rain to light snow is across Iowa. For now, we are forecasting falling temperatures and a 30% chance for rain to snow showers.
The heart of the cold air settles in on Wednesday and afternoon temperatures will struggle to reach 40°. The last time Omaha had highs in the 30's was back in April. Low 50's are typical for highs this time of year.
The good news is that models continue to indicate moderating temperatures after that and so the real chilly air will only pay us a short visit.
A lot can change between now and then and so this is something we'll continue to track over the coming days and update you as we get new information in.
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