Snow tonight is unlikely in Omaha, it likely stays south of the metro. Accumulations will range from very little to nothing, even south of I-80. Totals of 0-1 inch are possible from Beatrice to Nebraska City to Red Oak. Areas from Falls City and over into northwest Missouri will pick up between 0 to 2 inches by early Wednesday morning.
Temperatures struggle to stay in the double digits overnight. With cloudy skies Wednesday morning, Unadilla Bill and Billie likely won't be seeing their shadows.
We're still a little breezy Wednesday afternoon as colder weather keeps blowing in. This will cap highs in the upper teens across the metro under mostly cloudy skies.
Winds lighten up Thursday, but we stay cold, even with more sunshine. We start the day just above zero, then warm into the upper teens for a second day in a row.
After the quick cold snap, we quickly warm into the weekend. Friday will be mostly sunny with highs back to average, in the mid 30s.
The wind will be stronger and back out of the south Saturday, warming us into the mid 40s with a lot of sunshine.
We may dip back down into the low 40s Sunday, but quickly jump back to the upper 40s to kick off the next workweek.
We could get even warmer - into the 50s by next Tuesday.
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