Mallory’s Forecast Update - Staying hot and hazy for the holiday weekend
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Hazy but sunny skies greeted us Saturday morning, with lows in the 60s. Mostly sunny skies and SSW winds warmed temperatures back into the upper-80s by midday, with temperatures stalling out for the afternoon as fair-weather cumulus clouds developed.
Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies stuck around overnight, with lows dropping into the upper-60s. With firework smoke lingering and smoke from wildfires in Canada moving into the area, air quality will be a concern through the weekend.
Partly cloudy skies are in store for the 4th of July, with highs heating back into the lower-90s. Conditions will be a bit breezier, with winds from the SSW gusting 20 to 25 mph. Most of us should stay dry, but an isolated storm is not out of the question in northeastern Nebraska by the evening hours.
Partly cloudy and even hotter Monday with highs in the mid-90s! Once again, most should stay dry, but an isolated storm is possible by the evening - mainly north. The best chance for rain, however, moves in by Tuesday evening and takes us into the morning hours Wednesday. Behind the rain, highs will be in the mid-80s Wednesday and Thursday.
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