The Heartland is already in the midst of a chilly weather pattern, and we will likely get even colder through the week.
A series of disturbances will drop across the Heartland over the course of the next few days helping to drive in reinforcing surges of unseasonably chilly air. Afternoon highs through Thursday will be a solid 10°-15° BELOW NORMAL. Highs at best will be in the 40's and 50's compared to the normal of 63.
Additionally these little disturbances will not only cause temperatures to tumble, but the disturbance moving through this evening will also give us a few spotty showers overnight into Tuesday morning.
Interestingly the air is so chilly and crisp that some of the rain may even mix with a little wet snow, mainly north and east of the metro. In fact, a stray snow flurry is also possible for Omaha, but no accumulations are expected, though.
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