It's a dry start to our Monday, but we are expecting some spotty rain and storms this afternoon. A lot of us won't see any rain, but the best chance to see some wet weather will be along and north of I-80. While we will catch some sunshine at times, there will be a lot more clouds compared to the sunshine. This keeps us a bit cooler, only climbing into the upper 70s. Southern Nebraska and NW Missouri will likely see more sunshine, getting them into the low and mid 80s.
Spotty rain will continue overnight with mostly cloudy skies. Lows will be in the mid 60s.
Rain becomes much more likely Tuesday afternoon as numerous showers and storms move through the region. It looks like most, if not all, of this will stay below severe levels, but we could see some hail and strong winds from a few of the storms. This will keep us in the mid 70s.
Some of the rain could linger into Wednesday morning, but the second half of the day looks dry.
We will spend the rest of the workweek slowly warming back up.
Rain Possible Early
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