Mallory’s Evening Forecast - Many more rain chances on the way this week
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Sunday started with mostly cloudy skies and a few sprinkles around early. Showers and isolated storms moved in from the southwest, arriving in the Omaha Metro during the 8 o’clock hour. Temperatures started off in the upper-50s and lower-60s and didn’t budge much throughout the day due to cloud cover and lingering moisture.
The greatest coverage of rain fell along the I-80 corridor and areas to the south. By the early evening, showers had moved east into western Iowa and northwestern Missouri. Here, spotty showers remain possible through the evening, with a few storms closer to the Kansas and Missouri borders.
Mostly cloudy skies stick with us overnight, with the chance for patchy fog and a few lingering showers. Lows will drop a few degrees, back into the 50s.
Rain coverage becomes more isolated Monday, though a few morning showers and afternoon thundershowers remain possible. Our next best surge of moisture arrives Wednesday into Thursday morning, before we dry out a bit for Friday and the first half of Saturday.
Highs this week will warm despite the active pattern, with highs in the 70s Tuesday through Thursday, and lower-80s likely Friday and Saturday.
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