Skies begin to clear overnight as we cool into the upper 50s for Friday morning.
With mostly sunny skies Friday, we really start to warm up. Highs will be in the mid 80s, which is more than 10 degrees above average.
Saturday brings a mix of sun and clouds, but we still easily manage to warm into the mid 80s for a second day in a row.
A cold front arrives Sunday morning. It looks like everyone stays dry as it moves through, but it cools us into the mid 70s for Sunday afternoon with partly cloudy skies.
We then have two better rain chances in the first half of next week. The first arrives Monday morning, but the exact track of the system and who will see the rain is still not locked in. The best rain chances will be in northwest Missouri, but the rain could easily stretch up into the Omaha metro. Northeast Nebraska has the best chance to stay dry Monday.
Tuesday is likely dry, but Wednesday brings a better chance of numerous showers and storms across the region.
Drying out by Thursday. Temperatures will be cooler - in the 60s.
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