A Milder and Sunny Tuesday

Windy with storms later this week
Posted at 6:06 AM, Oct 09, 2023

Areas of patchy frost may be possible, especially east of the Missouri River, as we start Tuesday in the upper 30s. Tuesday will be sunny and a little warmer with a high closer to 70.

An area of low pressure will cross through the region in the second half of the week, bringing some wet and windy weather, including a chance for thunderstorms.

The wind will start to pick up Wednesday. Highs will be in the low 70s as we dodge some hit and miss showers and storms toward the evening. A couple of these could be strong to severe with some pockets of hail and strong wind, especially in southeast Nebraska.

Showers and storms are likely Thursday. It will be windy day with highs in the upper 60s and gusts up to 45 mph. The exact track of the low pressure is still unclear, which will determine exactly where the severe weather threat will be, but we could see a few severe storms in our area, mainly south of I-80.

The low pressure and a cold front will start to push east of us Friday morning, but it will still be close enough where scattered showers are possible Friday with gusty winds. Temperatures will generally hold steady in the 50s, dropping to near 40 Friday night.

The wind will start to lighten up Saturday, but it will still be breezy. Highs will be in the mid 50s with a mix of sunshine and clouds.

Sunday, the wind will finally be back to more normal speeds, but it stays cool, with upper 50s and mostly sunny skies.

Mostly Sunny
High: 70

Mostly Clear
Low: 50

Partly Cloudy
Hit and Miss Storms
High: 72

Partly Cloudy
Passing Storms
High: 69

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