Colder air filters in even more overnight. That will leave Thursday morning temperatures will be in the teens.
Light snow will try to expand north into our area by morning, but likely only reaches far southeast Nebraska, northwest Missouri, and southwest Iowa. Any snow that reaches those areas would end Thursday afternoon. Accumulations will range from 0-2 inches in Falls City and northwest Missouri. Cities slightly farther north and west like Clarinda and Pawnee City will see between 0 and 1 inch of snow.
The rest of us, including the Omaha metro, will be dry Thursday with a lot of afternoon sunshine. It will also be colder and breezy with highs in the upper 20s. The wind chill likely starts around -5, then it only climbs into the teens in the afternoon.
We rapidly warm back up heading into the weekend. Friday will be breezy, but the wind shifts back out of the south, blowing the warmer weather back in. Highs will be in the mid 50s with mostly sunny skies.
We slide back slightly Saturday into the high 40s, but it will be mostly sunny with lighter winds.
We get breezy again Sunday, but that pushes us right back to the low 60s!
We cool off again early next week with low 40s on Monday, followed by mid 20s on Tuesday. There's also the potential for some light rain late Monday and snow on Tuesday.
Colder temperatures look to stay thru midweek as highs on Wednesday get back into the mid 20s.
A Bit Cooler
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