Storms with Strong Wind Friday Night

Sunday looks to be a beautiful weather day
Posted at 4:51 PM, Jun 06, 2024

Friday starts with a lot of sunshine, but more clouds start to move in midday. It will not be as breezy during the day, and we warm into the low 80s in Omaha. We could see a few neighborhoods reach the mid 80s south of Omaha, while locations north of Omaha may only warm in the upper 70s.

Heading into Friday evening, scattered storms will begin to move into eastern Nebraska, reaching Columbus around 6-8 p.m., Fremont and Lincoln around 8-9 p.m., and locations in southeast Nebraska from 9-11 p.m.. Omaha may also see some of these storms, closer to 9 p.m., but there's a chance Iowa stays dry altogether, as the cluster of storms will be diving south, into northeast Kansas before midnight.

Damaging winds will be our primary storm hazard, but we could also see some hail and heavy rain, too. The highest tornado threat will be in central Nebraska.

Things should be dry Saturday morning. It will be mostly cloudy with highs near 80 in the afternoon. Many of us will be dry all day, but there will be a few hit and miss showers to dodge in the afternoon and evening.

The sunshine will be back out on Sunday, and it should be a great weather day with highs in the upper 70s.

We'll start out next week with a return of some clouds, and possibly a spotty shower. Monday looks mostly dry with highs in the upper 70s.

Tuesday, we warm back up into the low 80s with a slight chance for rain.

The warm-up continues Wednesday and Thursday with mid to upper 80s for highs and some returning humidity.

Partly Cloudy
Evening Strong Storms
High: 83

Mostly Cloudy
Drying Out
Low: 61

Mostly Cloudy
Spotty Rain
High: 80

Mostly Sunny
High: 78

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