Showers and Storms Return To The Forecast


We'll warm it up into the middle 50s by Sunday with showers and thunderstorms moving back into the area. It will still be breezy with the east winds changing to the northwest behind the system, gusting up to 30 miles per hour.

Other than an isolated pop-up shower, we should have great weather for outdoor festivities with highs in the mid-70s and clearing skies throughout the day. Highs in the mid 60s.

Sunshine will continue Tuesday afternoon with highs in the 50s.

There is a chance of showers Monday in the Omaha area, forecasters said, and a high around 50. Highs will reach the mid- to upper 70s, and some spots could hit the 80-degree mark.

A chance of severe storms is possible on Monday, but we will know more as we get closer to the event. The primary issue here is the threat of some strong gusty winds and small hail as storms move out of MS and western Tennessee late Friday evening.

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Saturday night, look for a low in the lower 30s.

By Sunday the chance of showers/storms look to hold off until after sunset but will continue to monitor the timing and keep the storm chance in the 8 day just in case.

Sunday will begin dry with a few afternoon showers and storms possible.

WEEKEND: Highs in the 70s. If this re-development occurs, a strong storm can not be ruled out. Scattered showers will gradually taper off on Tuesday.