Mallory’s Weekend Forecast - Warm and muggy with spotty rain chances
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Saturday started with cloudy skies and a few pockets of sprinkles. Morning lows in the 60s warmed into the upper-70s and low to mid-80s, as we saw more breaks in the cloud cover throughout the day. Spotty rain chances stuck around, however, especially for areas east and southeast of the Omaha Metro. Conditions were very muggy, with dew points as high as the lower-70s in spots! We likely won’t see a real break from the humidity until late in the workweek.
A very similar forecast is on tap Sunday with mostly to partly cloudy skies. A spotty morning shower is possible, with isolated PM storms. Highs once again will warm into the low-80s, with high humidity. Winds could gust from the south up to 25 mph late.
A cold front will bring us a greater chance for showers and storms late Sunday night, Monday PM, and Tuesday PM. A few of these storms could be severe, with a wind and hail threat.
We’ll see some dry time Wednesday morning, before another round of rain moves in Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Highs for the week ahead will likely range from the upper-70s to the lower-80s – pretty seasonable for the end of May.
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