Partly cloudy skies will take us into tonight, with lows dropping into the low to mid-60s. An isolated shower or storm is possible closer to the Kansas/Missouri border around sunrise Tuesday. Otherwise, partly cloudy skies take us through the day with highs in the mid to upper-80s.
Clouds increase again overnight, with a few scattered showers and storms possible as a cool front moves through. The best chance looks to be northwest and north of Omaha. Overnight lows will just drop into the lower-70s once again.
Mostly sunny skies return Saturday with highs in the lower-90s! Thanks to the high humidity sticking around, heat indices will likely climb into the triple digits (100° to 105°) during the afternoon and early evening. Stay hydrated if you’ll be outdoors!
Temperatures should drop into the upper-50s and lower-60s by early Wednesday morning, with a few isolated showers possible. More clouds will be around throughout the day Wednesday, with highs back in the upper-70s and lower-80s.
Most of us stay dry and very pleasant this evening, with overnight lows dropping down into the 50s! Clouds and winds will gradually decrease. Below-normal temperatures stick with us for the start of the upcoming workweek, with highs in the mid to upper-70s Monday and Tuesday!
Conditions will stay a bit breezy this evening, with overnight lows dropping into the upper-50s and lower-60s. Partly cloudy and low humidity returns Friday, with comfortable highs in the low to mid-80s and calmer winds.
Partly cloudy skies take us into tonight, with an isolated shower or storm possible after midnight. Most of us likely stay dry with lows in the upper-60s near 70°. We’ll hold the isolated rain chance through mid-morning Thursday. Otherwise, partly cloudy skies return with temperatures warming to around 90°. We’ll tack on a couple of degrees for Friday afternoon, with dry skies.
We are starting the day drier with the rain well to our west this morning. That should make for a pleasant morning and a beautiful sunrise in our area. While the morning hours will likely be dry, an isolated storm or two could develop this afternoon and evening.
Outside of a stray shower or storm, we’re looking at a quiet evening under partly cloudy skies. Mostly clear conditions take us into tonight, with lows dropping into the 60s. Temperatures will gradually increase both Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the upper-80s to 90°. We’ll hold a slight chance for showers and storms Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Otherwise, there will be plenty of dry time each day under partly cloudy skies.
Conditions will be quiet Sunday evening, outside of a stray shower or storm in northeastern Nebraska. Clouds increase overnight, with potential coverage of showers and storms picking up by sunrise Monday. Widespread showers and storms are likely Monday morning into the early afternoon hours. Some could be strong, with heavy rainfall and gusty winds possible. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies are on tap with highs around 80°.
We’re already starting Friday on a warmer note – temperatures are in the lower-70s as you head out the door. Partly cloudy skies are on tap, with breezy southerly winds warming us into the low to mid-90s this afternoon. With higher dew points in the 70s (steamy humidity), heat indices will rise to around 100° - 105° this afternoon/early evening.