Lincoln Weather Update: Sunday, May 10

Following a blustery Mother’s Day, our temperatures will plummet again to the low 30s, prompting an overnight FREEZE WARNING for the eastern portion of the state (including Lancaster county). Winds will diminish, becoming light out of the north. Skies will remain mostly clear, allowing strong radiational cooling to occur. However, the slightest increase in cloud cover could help keep our temperatures from dropping below freezing. In either case, covering sensitive plants overnight or bringing potted flowers indoors will help save them from any frost or freeze that could occur.

Monday will be mostly cloudy and cool, with temperatures rising into the mid 50s. The afternoon brings about small chances for light rain showers before we drop into the upper 30s overnight. Our temperatures stay cool for one more day before rising into the 60s by midweek.

Sam Wilson
@SamWilsonKLKN
swilson@klkntv.com

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