Persistent light showers from Denison Iowa to Valley will gradually dissipate heading into Saturday evening. A few sprinkles may be possible from Elkhorn to Fremont, but you should be able to forego toting an umbrella along during your Saturday evening plans.
Clouds will stubbornly cling to the Omaha area with perhaps some breaks to the overcast from Columbus to Norfolk areas. Should that occur, some patchy fog could develop.
Rainfall over the last 24 hours ending at 8 am.:
Nebr. City 1.32"
Council Bluffs .79"
The early part of next week should be dry, though widespread sunshine will remain elusive. Temperatures Monday and Tuesday should reach the low 60s. Tuesday overnight through Thursday, another slow moving storm system once again looks like it will bring rain to the Metro, closing out the month of March on a wet note.
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