Patchy morning fog, followed by afternoon sun
UPDATE – 8:50 a.m. Monday:
The Dense Fog Advisory has been extended until 10 a.m. Monday for all of the grey-shaded counties.
Areas of fog will overspread portions of southeast Nebraska early Monday. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect through 9 a.m. Monday for the grey-shaded counties.
During the morning hours on Labor Day, patchy fog and low clouds may stick around for some time before eventually burning off.
By afternoon, skies will turn mostly sunny. It’ll be another nice day with high temperatures in the middle to upper-80s. Similar to Sunday, the humidity may be noticeable, but not unbearable.
For Monday night, we expect mostly clear skies to persist. We’re looking at a low temperature in the lower-60s near Lincoln.
As far as rain chances are concerned, we are in a mostly dry stretch. There’s a small chance to pick up some rain Friday and going into Saturday, but we’re still too far out to hone in on the details.
Aside from the small rain chances on Friday/Saturday, dry conditions appear to prevail into next week as well. The Climate Prediction Center’s 6-10 day Precipitation Outlook is suggesting eastern Nebraska has a 50-60% chance of receiving below-normal precipitation from Saturday through next Wednesday.
Meteorologist Malcolm Byron