Sunshine returns Sunday, with lower-90s back in the forecast. Winds will be light, from the SSW 5-10 mph. Humidity may not be quite as low as Saturday, but dew points in the 50s are still very comfortable!
Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and light SW winds will allow temperatures to rise into the mid to upper-80s this afternoon. The heating trend continues through the weekend, with highs topping out in the lower-90s as humidity and wind speeds start to increase.
Partly cloudy skies take us into the overnight hours, with temperatures dropping into the lower-50s and patchy fog late. Partly sunny skies are on tap Tuesday, with highs continuing to warm into the mid to upper-70s.
We’ll hold a chance for light scattered showers Monday morning into the early afternoon, primarily for areas south of I-80. The greatest coverage of rain will hover closer to the Kansas and Missouri borders.
Clouds will gradually break up Friday evening and overnight, with temperatures plummeting into the lower-40s. We’ll start Saturday on a sunny but chilly note, with high clouds increasing throughout the day.
Partly cloudy skies will become mostly cloudy overnight, with temperatures dropping into the mid to upper-60s. Scattered showers and sub-severe storms are possible after midnight into Monday morning – especially for our Nebraska counties.
We’ll hold the chance for spotty showers and isolated thunder this evening, before a greater coverage of rain arrives overnight. Scattered showers may linger Thursday morning, before mostly to partly cloudy skies move in for the afternoon.
A spotty shower can’t be ruled out this evening, but a better chance for scattered showers and isolated thunder moves in after midnight. Wednesday will start yet again around 60°, with afternoon highs topping out in the mid-70s.