Today is a First Alert Day as a strong winter storm brings heavy snowfall to the region. The biggest snow of the season is winding down but will have a big impact well into Tuesday as it takes a while to clear!
Looks like the Omaha Metro could see some blue sky to kick off the day, before clouds move back in for the afternoon. Highs will top out in the mid to upper-30s for Omaha, with slightly warmer temps west – slightly cooler east.
Conditions will gradually dry out and quiet down this evening and tonight, with temperatures dropping into the low to mid-20s. Mostly cloudy skies stick with us Saturday, with highs topping out around the freezing mark in Omaha.
Mild weather will be quickly swept out of the area tonight as a powerful cold front blasts through. Wind gusts of 50-60mph are possible. Conditions stay windy most of Thursday into Friday, with snow also possible.
Partly cloudy skies will take us into tonight, with overnight lows dropping into the upper-20s. We’ll see more clouds around Wednesday, but southwest winds will help temperatures warm into the lower-50s by the afternoon hours!
Winds will back off a bit this evening and tonight, with partly cloudy skies and lows back in the 20s. Outside of a few clouds during the morning hours, mostly sunny skies return Tuesday, with highs climbing into the upper-40s!
Clouds will gradually decrease overnight, with the chance for patchy fog. Temperatures look to drop into the mid-20s, but lows will depend on how quickly the clouds exit. More sunshine is on the way for the start of the workweek, with highs Monday topping out in the mid-40s!
Light rain and/or snow will continue off and on tonight, but lows in the low to mid-30s should prevent accumulation – especially on roadways.A light mix of precipitation may linger into early Thursday. Otherwise, clouds will hang tough with highs in the mid-30s.
A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect through Noon Sunday, as pockets of very low visibility and slick spots are possible. We should see a bit more sunshine around Sunday afternoon, with SSW winds warming us into the lower-30s.
Conditions will be much quieter on the radar tonight, with clouds gradually decreasing into Wednesday morning. We’ll likely have a midnight high near 30 degrees Wednesday, with temperatures just rebounding into the mid to possibly upper-20s by the afternoon hours.