Lincoln Weather Update: Monday, September 7

After the toasty weekend we had, Labor Day will be much cooler and very pleasant. Today will be a transitional day with sunny skies and highs in the upper 70s. It will be breezy at times, with northeast wind gusts up to 25 mph. Showers and isolated thunderstorm chances increase this evening and overnight. Wind picks up and temperatures also continue to tumble with lows dipping into the middle 40s.

Grab the warm rain gear for Tuesday. Warmer jackets, umbrellas and rain boots will be needed. Widespread rainfall will continue in eastern Nebraska. It’ll be blustery and very cold for the day. North winds gusting over 30 mph throughout the day is possible and highs only nearing 50 degrees. Rain continues Tuesday night with scattered showers on Wednesday as well. Wednesday, much like Tuesday, will be breezy with highs in the middle 50s. Temperatures slowly warm for the second half of the week into the 60s and those scattered rain chances continue thru Friday.


Liz Whalley                                                                                                                                          @LizWhalleyKLKN

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