Clouds thicken up overnight and into Friday morning as 40-50 mph winds become more widespread.
By the Friday morning commute, a few spotty snow showers will move into cities north of I-80, then expand to areas mainly north and east of Omaha in the first half of the day. A few areas could see accumulations less than half an inch on grassy areas, but the main concern will be reduced visibility for drivers as the snow falls in the wind. Omaha could see some flurries or light snow, but nothing will accumulate.
Friday afternoon will be mostly cloudy and windy (still 40-50 mph) for all of our cities. We will only warm into the mid and upper 30s, and the wind will make it feel like the mid 20s at best in the afternoon.
The wind lightens up for the weekend, but we only warm up a little. Saturday will be in the mid 40s, followed by upper 40s on Sunday. Both days will be partly cloudy. While most cities stay dry, a few spotty showers are possible late Saturday.
We keep warming up early next week. The 50s return on Monday, followed by low 60s on Tuesday.
Just as fast as we warm into Wednesday we cool back off by Thursday. 50s are back on Wednesday follow by 40s on Thursday.
Snow Possible North/East
Spotty Rain Late
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