Freeze Warning overnight; Temperatures remain on the cool side
Temperatures will remain below normal for much of the next 8-10 days. The exception being next Monday. Temperatures should warm ahead of a cold front that will pass in the second half of the day.
A Freeze Warning has been issued for southeast Nebraska. It is in effect from 1am to 8am Wednesday.
One important thing to remember with the Freeze Warning. Just because you are in the Freeze Warning does not mean your temperature will be colder than locations outside of the Freeze Warning. When it comes to tonight, temperatures will likely be colder west and northwest of the Freeze Warning. This is due to individual National Weather Service offices issuing the warnings.
Temperatures will drop down to the upper 20°s to lower 30°s. A hard freeze is possible in portions of central Nebraska.
As clouds build in, temperatures will likely be a little cooler. Highs will be in the lower 50s. Winds will be a little gusty,
gusting to 25 mph again tomorrow.
Skies will turn mostly clear Wednesday night in to Thursday morning. This will allow temperatures to drop another 1-3 degrees. Another Freeze Warning will likely be issued for portions of southeast Nebraska.
– Chief Meteorologist John Dissauer