Mallory’s Morning Forecast - Rainy, cool, and breezy Sunday

Published: Oct. 24, 2021 at 7:48 AM CDT
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OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - As we have mentioned the past few days, Saturday was the pick of the weekend! Sunday will be a good day to spend indoors with on-and-off rain, cloudy skies, cool temperatures, and gusty winds.

Storms fired up on cue after 10 PM Saturday evening near the Kansas and Missouri borders. These showers and storms lifted north during the overnight hours and stayed below severe limits. However, the front triggering the rain stalled out, allowing for training of showers and storms over Columbus to Omaha to Red Oak. As of 7 AM Sunday, many spots around the Metro had already picked up 1.5″ of rain!

Some breaks are being seen this morning, but more rounds of showers and storms are expected throughout the day. Cloudy skies otherwise, with temperatures hovering in the 40s and lower-50s for most. Rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches are likely (higher amounts where storms trained this morning) with gusty winds around the area of low pressure.

Additional rainfall from 7 AM - Midnight
Additional rainfall from 7 AM - Midnight(WOWT)

The National Weather Service office will be monitoring flash flooding potential this afternoon, mainly across southwest Iowa.

Though widespread severe storms are not expected, a few may produce small hail.

Small hail possible with a few storms Sunday
Small hail possible with a few storms Sunday(WOWT)

The rain exits off to our east overnight, with clouds decreasing late. Partly cloudy skies return Monday with highs warming into the mid-50s.

Temperatures rise into the 60s Tuesday, with winds gusting 30-35 mph. Our next rain chance arrives Wednesday before pushing east Thursday.

The Next 5 Days
The Next 5 Days(WOWT)

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