Temperatures soared well into the 90s today and we'll be slow to cool down this evening. There is a small chance of a few storms along and north of a front that will be north of metro this evening and overnight. An isolated severe storm is possible from those. That chance of weaker spotty showers and storms is likely to continue into Friday morning.
A few showers and an isolated storm will linger over the area during the morning hours Friday and clear north and out before the afternoon. Highs will reach near 90 degrees along with a brisk south wind at 15-25 mph gusting to 35 mph. There is the small threat of an isolated evening storms west of the metro Friday but an additional rain will likely hold off until after 11pm. Any storm west of the metro has the chance to be severe but nothing widespread is likely.
Saturday is a First Alert Day due to the greatest threat of severe weather in our area. Some showers and isolated storms are possible once again Saturday morning but nothing severe is likely with those. They'll move north and out leaving us with a somewhat pleasant afternoon. There is a 40% chance of a few more storms along and east of the Missouri River after 4pm lasting into the evening. An isolated severe storm is possible from those in Iowa before exiting east and out of the area for the rest of the night. Hail and strong wind are main severe threats to look out for.
While there are several chances of showers and storms heading into and during the weekend, the overall amount of rain will likely be low and the severe threat will remain somewhat low in and around the Omaha metro. Stay tuned to the latest info as the weekend progresses.