Rain Returns For Some

90s back next week
Posted at 6:28 AM, Sep 14, 2022

Hot weather continues through tonight as temperatures hold in the 80s, dropping into the 70s around sunset.

With the recent dry weather and winds up to 25 mph, we have an elevated fire danger, so avoid any outdoor burning or anything that could start a fire. It could spread quickly out of control.

More clouds move in overnight, keeping us even warmer. Omaha will wake up to upper 60s Thursday morning.

Those extra clouds stay with us Thursday, but we'll still get some sunshine at times. It stays breezy with highs in the upper 80s. Around the evening commute, a few isolated storms start to move into the region with a few more spotty showers and storms to dodge at night. While some spots catch some beneficial rain, about 2/3 of the region stays dry.

Most of Friday also looks dry, but we get a little cooler, in the mid 80s, with partly cloudy skies. A few more spotty showers and storms are expected late at night, but a majority of us will be dry.

While a couple showers could linger into Saturday morning, most of the day looks dry with highs in the upper 80s and partly cloudy skies.

We get back to being mostly sunny Sunday and Monday, pushing us back into the low 90s, a good 10 degrees above average.

The heat continues Tuesday will a possible high temperature in the mid 90s.

Our cold front is just coming into view. By Wednesday next week we could see things cool off a bit with highs in the mid 80s.

Partly Cloudy
Isolated Storms Late
High: 87

Partly Cloudy
Scattered Showers
Low: 66

Partly Cloudy
Isolated Storms Late
High: 86

Partly Cloudy
Isolated Storms
High: 89

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