Overnight we'll see more scattered showers and storms which will impact all areas. There may be some small hail, but nothing like we saw Tuesday night. By morning, most of the showers and storms will be to the east of Omaha leaving us with a very damp morning.
Wednesday will be another chilly day with highs stuck in the 30s and it will feel even colder with a strong northerly breeze. The clouds will linger with scattered showers likely throughout the day. The precipitation will gradually start to wane Wednesday night into Thursday with gradually improving conditions. As the precipitation begins to exit the area it is possible the metro will experience a transition from rain to snow. By the time this happens the heaviest moisture will be east of the area therefore no significant accumulation is expected.
Friday into the weekend our temperatures will begin to rebound with clearing skies.
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