David's Sunday Forecast - Patchy fog possible overnight, warmer Monday

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - A few heavy downpours moving through the metro this morning, but the bulk of the overnight thunderstorm activity has stayed east of the Missouri River. Storms quickly moved out of the area after sunrise. A cold front pushing through the region has kept cloud cover thick through much of the day along hte I-80 corridor. The clouds in turn, keeping temperatures onthe cool side for August, only in the middle 70s for the metro area. Overnight, clouds will slowly clear out as cooler air filters in. Some patchy fog is possible after Midnight, especially in low lying areas and river valleys. Some patchy dense fog is possible. Overnight lows should reach the mid 60s in the metro, with low 60 or possibly evening upper 50s north of I-80.

After a cool start Monday, partly sunny and dry conditions are expected. Temperatures will be slightly warmer, with highs climbing into the middle and upper 80s. We warm even more on Tuesday with highs likely climbing into the low 90s. Another cold front will approach the area Tuesday night, bringing a chance for storms that will last through at least Wednesday morning. Behind that front, temperatures will cool slightly for Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the low 80s. Temperatures slowly warm through the end of the week into the upper 80s with mainly dry conditions.