An isolated shower or storm will try to push in from the west tonight, but most of us stay dry as we cool off to near 60 for Thursday morning.
Stronger winds kick in from the south Thursday, helping our mostly sunny skies heat us up into the low 90s.
A cold front moves in Thursday night, kicking off some scattered storms. The best chance for seeing a storm will be across the Omaha metro and areas to the northeast. A couple storms could even flare up to severe levels, producing a couple pockets of large hail and some strong winds.
While the storms won't be for everyone Thursday night, the big drop in temperatures Friday will be widespread. It will be mostly cloudy with a high near 70.
Rain is looking a lot more likely Saturday morning, which could linger into the early afternoon. The rest of the day will be drier, but we only warm closer to 60 degrees.
With dry weather and some sunshine Sunday, we warm back into the upper 60s.
Another round of clouds and scattered rain will drop us back to the mid 60s Monday, but we could get back to 70 on Tuesday.
Scattered Storms Late
Share your weather pictures with KMTV:
Download the free Storm Shield app for ANY type of phoneReceive severe weather watches and warnings for your location as you track the storms on radar. Great for use at the office, at home, and while traveling.