Partly cloudy, dry, and seasonable

Lately, it seems that we can’t just remain cloudy or sunny for an extended period of time. The cloud cover and sunshine have been coming in waves, and we’ll see more of the same on Wednesday. We expect partly cloudy skies overall, with high temperatures in the upper-60s to near 70°.

Wednesday Forecast

Wednesday will be one of those unfortunate days where we have a disturbance both to our north and south, with the moisture missing us in both directions. While portions of Kansas and the Dakotas benefit from rain, we’ll stay dry.

Stormcast Wednesday

Thursday also looks like a quiet day in southeast Nebraska. However, we’ll be watching shower and thunderstorm development in north-central and northwest Nebraska on Thursday afternoon and evening.

These will push east in the late evening and overnight hours, arriving in eastern Nebraska on Friday. The precipitation will have lost a lot of its “oomph” by Friday, leaving southeast Nebraska with remnant showers. This means we probably won’t see too much accumulation. It’s certainly not going to be a drought-buster.

Stormcast Friday

This system scoots out of here in time for the weekend. The weekend looks really nice with a fair deal of sunshine. Saturday looks to be the warmer day with a high close to 70°. We’ll be a touch cooler on Sunday, but we’ll still at least reach the 60s for highs.

Meteorologist Malcolm Byron

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