While most tonight into tomorrow morning will be dry, a few storms will try to move in from central Nebraska. They will be weakening as they continue further east, but an isolated storm is not out of the question overnight. Lows go into the middle 70s.
Stronger winds kick in from the south Monday, pumping in the real high heat. We could get to 100 degrees for the first time this year! Combined with the humidity, our feels like temperature will be upwards of 105-110 degrees in the afternoon.
We will be well into the upper 90s Tuesday with partly cloudy skies, plenty of humidity, and strong winds still blowing in from the south.
A cold front arrives late Tuesday, which will kick off at least a few scattered showers and storms. The storm chance continues into Wednesday as the cold front moves on by. High temperatures on Wednesday will also drop back into the low 90s.
We remain in the lower 90s through Thursday, but the temperature begins to rise once more as the College World Series kicks off on Friday.
A few storms
Spotty A.M. Storms
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