Rain will be developing across the Heartland as a low pressure system centered over Kansas sends moisture our way.
The latest forecast models indicate about a 20 percent chance for spotty showers late tonight with the bulk of the wet weather moving in during the day on Tuesday. In fact, rain chances climb to 60-70 percent over the next couple of days.
Although parts of Kansas are under a slight risk for severe weather, no severe storms are currently in the forecast for eastern Nebraska or western Iowa. However showers and scattered storms are still possible, but they should remain below severe limits.
Once the rain begins, it will likely linger for a prolonged period. The current forecast suggests periods of on-again off-again showers and storms through Wednesday, but then clearing out for Thursday. So cool, but dry weather is expected for trick-or-treaters Thursday evening.