Here's When Rain and Storms Could Delay Your CWS / Father's Day Weekend Plans

Turning hot and humid
Posted at 6:46 AM, Jun 14, 2024

The humidity will be a lot lower today, but it will still be hot, near 90 degrees in Omaha. There will be a few afternoon clouds, but overall, it will be mostly sunny, so don't forget your sunscreen if you're heading down to the College World Series.

Most of the day will be dry, but widespread rain and storms will push into eastern Nebraska from the west after midnight. Those may not reach Omaha until after 3 a.m. followed by western Iowa and northwest Missouri early Saturday morning.

Throughout most of Saturday, we will have to dodge a few spotty showers. Scattered storms are more likely from the late afternoon through the early night. Some of these could even reach severe levels with pockets of large hail and damaging wind. While a tornado is not likely, one is possible. By the end of the day, most spots will have likely seen rain at some point, but most of the day looks dry. This keeps us mostly cloudy, but only a touch cooler, in the upper 80s. Stronger winds will also help blow the humidity back in.

Father's Day will be hot and humid with highs in the upper 90s. We stay breezy, but it probably won't make it feel much better. Most of the day will be dry, but there will probably be a little rain to dodge late in the day.

Most of us keep it dry Monday with highs in the mid 90s.

The heat and humidity continue Tuesday with low 90s.

Rain and storms become more likely again Tuesday night, with rain continuing at times on Wednesday.

The wetter weather will drop the heat and humidity some. Highs will be in the mid 80s Wednesday and Thursday.

Mostly Sunny
Low Humidity
High: 90

Mostly Cloudy
Storms Likely
Low: 66

Mostly Cloudy
Scattered Rain/Storms
Breezy and Muggy
High: 88

Partly Cloudy
Breezy and Humid
Rain Possible Late
High: 97

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