Tuesday will also be very hot and muggy with highs flirting with 100 in most cities. A cold front will move in from the northwest in the afternoon, which could spare northeast Nebraska from the 90s. This cold front will then help kick off numerous storms starting in the evening, with storms becoming more likely by night. A few of these storms likely reach severe levels. Damaging winds and large hail will be our biggest concerns, but an isolated tornado is also possible.
A few spotty showers could linger into Wednesday morning, but most of the day will be dry. We pull back the heat slightly, but it will still be muggy with highs near 90 and partly cloudy skies.
We push back into the low 90s Thursday with mostly sunny skies. An isolated shower or storm is possible late in the day, but most of us will be dry.
The low 90s continue Friday with a lot of sunshine for the first games of the College World Series.
With a little more wind, we really heat up again over the weekend. Saturday will be in the mid 90s, and we could get close to 100 again for Father's Day.
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