Storms Possible Tonight and Saturday, Followed by a Brief Cool-Down

It will be even hotter in Omaha early next week
Posted at 4:58 PM, Jun 21, 2024

Due to the heavy rain north of our area, the runoff from the rain means the Missouri River is expected to flood next week in our area. Check out thisblog post for the latest information.

After a rainy night for some, it will be a partly cloudy and breezy start to the day, and a quick warm-up, rising in the upper 80s by noon. Cloud cover and a cold front will move in early in the afternoon, holding us in the upper 80s for the rest of the day. Spotty thunderstorms will develop along the cold front in Iowa, starting around 2-3 p.m. and exiting the region before 6 p.m.

The cold front will drop the humidity a little for Sunday, but it will still be a warm day. Highs will be near 90 with a lot of sunshine. A couple spotty showers could make it into our area late Sunday night, but most of us stay dry.

It will be hot to start next week, as temperatures climb in the mid 90s with sunshine Monday and Tuesday. Due to the humidity, it will feel like we are in the 100s. We won't cool off much at night, either.

The heat only lasts for a couple of days, as we get a cold front and possibly a few spotty showers on Tuesday.

Wednesday and Thursday will be be a little cooler in the mid 80s, which is average for late June. More rain will become possible by the second half of next week.

Partly Cloudy
Spotty PM Storms
High: 89

Mostly Clear
Low: 65

Mostly Sunny
High: 90

Mostly Sunny
High: 95

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