Making A Run Near 60... Here's When

Midweek rain possible
Posted at 6:41 AM, Feb 05, 2024

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

FORECAST: The sunshine is finally back today, helping to warm us up! While most of us, including Omaha, will make it to 50 degrees, cities with stubborn fog into the afternoon west of the metro could be up to 10 degrees cooler.

It stays mostly clear overnight, but a couple pockets of fog will be possible, as we drop into the upper 20s.

Tuesday starts with a lot of sunshine, but we'll see a few more clouds in the afternoon. The warm-up continues with highs in the mid 50s, putting us about 20 degrees above average.

Wednesday will be windy and warmer, with temperatures flirting with 60 degrees. It will be mostly cloudy with some spotty rain to dodge late in the day, but most of us stay dry.

We may have to dodge a few more rain showers early and late Thursday, but a lot of the day looks dry. It stays warm and windy with highs in the upper 50s and mostly cloudy skies.

The wind won't be as strong Friday, but it still looks breezy. We'll start to see a little more sunshine to end the workweek, but it will also be cooler, with upper 40s Friday afternoon.

We'll continue to slowly cool off over the week, but we stay above average. Saturday will be in the mid 40s with a mix of sun and clouds. Sunday looks mostly cloudy with low 40s.

Clearing Skies
High: 50

Mostly Clear
Spotty Fog
Low: 29

Partly Cloudy
Warm-Up Continues
High: 55

Mostly Cloudy
Isolated Rain
High: 59

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