A Cold Holiday Weekend with Snow Possible

Briefly Warmer Wednesday
Posted at 4:30 PM, Nov 21, 2023

After a cold start to the day, Wednesday brings a brief warm-up! It will be a little breezy, but it will sunny highs in the mid 50s, which is a little above average. It will also be the warmest day over the next seven, as colder air is on the way.

We stay breezy for Thanksgiving as we start to get colder. Highs will be in the low 40s with morning sunshine and afternoon clouds, keeping it dry for any holiday travel.

It gets even colder for your Black Friday shopping. Once again, it will be a breezy day with more clouds than sun, and highs in the mid 30s both in Omaha and in Lincoln for the Nebraska / Iowa game.

We stay in the mid 30s Saturday. Most of the day will be dry, but snow is looking more likely late in the day.

Snow will move slowly in from the west Saturday afternoon, but it may not reach Omaha until the evening or night... followed by western Iowa overnight. The snow won't last long, likely ending early Sunday morning. Right now, any accumulation looks like an inch or less, which could be just enough to slow travel down a bit Sunday morning.

Sunday afternoon looks dry with highs near 40 as sunshine returns to the skies.

Mostly Sunny
High: 57

Mostly Clear
Low: 29

Mostly Sunny
High: 42

Partly Cloudy
High: 34

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