A one-day break from storm chances in southeast Nebraska
After a stormy Sunday night for some, any storms have since exited, and skies are mostly sunny to start the workweek.
Southeast Nebraska will see a one-day break from storm chances before they ramp up again in the days to follow.
It’ll still be mostly sunny and warm, though, with highs in the low to mid-80s across the area.
While southeast Nebraska remains dry on Monday, there are a couple of areas that do have a storm chance.
Isolated storms can’t be ruled out in northeast Nebraska. If these can develop, one or two cells may be on the stronger side, producing large hail and/or gusty winds in localized spots.
Meanwhile, more storms will develop in eastern Colorado and western Nebraska.
These storms will be scattered and will remain in the western half of the state on Monday evening.
Storm chances increase farther east on Tuesday.
These storms will probably be isolated, hit-or-miss storms. This means that some may miss out on seeing them.
This has been a consistent theme over the last several days.
More storm chances hang around through the rest of the workweek before things settle down over Mother’s Day weekend.
I’m particularly keeping an eye on Thursday for another shot at severe weather.
A stronger upper-level wave will be in the vicinity around that time, which may prove favorable for storms of a stronger variety.
Meteorologist Malcolm Byron