Strong Storms Possible Later this Week

Windy conditions also expected
Posted at 7:09 AM, Oct 10, 2023

We start Wednesday in the 50s with sunshine and a developing southeast breeze. While an afternoon shower can't be ruled out, most will be dry during the day with highs in the mid 70s.

Isolated storms will be possible Wednesday evening. A couple of these storms could be strong to severe with large hail and strong wind. Spotty showers will continue into Thursday morning.

It will be windy on Thursday and we could get a stretch of dry weather in the middle of the day, leading to sunshine. If we see enough sunshine, we could make it in the mid 70s.

Another round of storms is expected Thursday evening, with a better chance for some of these storms to reach severe levels, especially in areas along and south of I-80, clearing after midnight with rain lingering into Friday.

Friday will be windy day with clouds and spotty showers. Highs only in the mid to upper 50s.

We see sunshine return Saturday in time for the Partial Annular Solar Eclipse, viewable in Omaha from 10:24am until 1:15pm. Maximum totality of 58% will be around 11:48am in Omaha. It stays cool and windy Saturday with highs in the mid 50s.

Winds will settle Sunday and we see more sunshine with highs in the mid 50s.

Temperatures will stay below average for the start of next week, in the mid 50s for Monday.

Partly Cloudy
Isolated Showers
High: 75

Mostly Cloudy
Isolated Storms
Low: 57

Mostly Cloudy
Storms Likely
High: 72

Mostly Cloudy
Spot Showers
High: 57

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