A chilly Sunday morning, but warm Sunday afternoon
What a gorgeous start to the weekend! High temperatures in the upper-60s plus an abundance of sunshine led to a picture-perfect day.
Clear skies overnight Saturday and into Sunday will allow temperatures to plummet into the upper-30s on Sunday morning. I wouldn’t be shocked to see some patchy frost, especially in low-lying areas. However, we are not anticipating a widespread frost.
Sunday will feature lots of sunshine as well. Skies will remain completely clear, and temperatures will rebound quickly to the middle-70s by afternoon.
Despite some mid to high-level clouds arriving Monday afternoon and early evening, we’re mostly clear on Monday with highs remaining in the middle-70s as well. These warm temperatures should persist into Tuesday.
However, a cold front arrives late Tuesday and early Wednesday that drops high temperatures back into the low-60s starting Wednesday. Right now, it is looking like this cold front will not have a lot of moisture to work with, so it may be difficult for any showers to develop along the front on Tuesday night before it passes Lincoln.
This will bear close watching, but it looks like a dry frontal passage right now as the best rain chances reside to our north in northern Nebraska/South Dakota and Missouri/Iowa. Stormcast depicts this scenario well.
Meteorologist Malcolm Byron