Jumping to Near 60 Wednesday, With Spotty Rain Chances

Cooling down again this weekend
Posted at 6:10 PM, Feb 06, 2024

ICE JAM THREAT: Ice continues to break up and move along the Platte, Elkhorn, and Loup Rivers, causing ice jams. This threat will continue this week, so keep an eye on water levels if you live along these rivers.

FORECAST: Those southerly winds will start to pick up overnight, and with mostly cloudy skies we drop in the low 40s heading into Wednesday morning.

Wednesday will be a windy day (30-45 mph) and warmer, with temperatures flirting with 60 degrees. While the record high for Wednesday, 2/7, is 70 degrees, it is rather uncommon to reach the 60s this early in February.

The day will be mostly cloudy and a few spotty rain showers will be possible heading into Wednesday evening. We may have a better rain chance Wednesday night, but coverage seems limited, so most may stay dry.

We start your Thursday with breezy winds and partly sunny skies, but some rain may again be possible in the afternoon as a cold front moves through the region. We won't be as warm, but still manage to reach the middle to upper 50s, depending on how much sunshine your neighborhood sees.

Friday will be a little breezy too, but that wind will start to blow in some cooler weather for this weekend. Highs will be in the upper 40s with a lot more sunshine.

We'll be back to highs in the low 40s and morning lows in the 20s with a little more sunshine this weekend.

The 40s continue to start the next workweek with a slight rain chance around the end of next week.

Mostly Cloudy
Isolated Rain
High: 59


Mostly Cloudy

Scattered Rain

Low: 46

Partly Cloudy
Isolated Rain
High: 57

Mostly Sunny


High: 48

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