Several more opportunities for rain

Monday featured isolated storms yet again during the afternoon. Like recent days, these storms will diminish as the evening wears on. We’ll be dry and mostly clear overnight Monday.

We’ll rinse and repeat weather-wise on Tuesday. Skies will be mostly sunny to start, turning partly cloudy around lunchtime. Partly cloudy skies remain for the rest of the afternoon.

Again, a pop-up storm or two can’t be ruled out during the afternoon. While I believe rain chances on Tuesday will be lower than Monday’s chances, they’re just enough to be a nuisance. Severe weather is not likely.

Stormcast Tuesday Afternoon

Highs have the potential to get very warm for another afternoon. We’re forecasting a high near 92° on Tuesday in Lincoln. However, things will cool off temporarily if you come across a brief shower or storm. Winds will remain light.

Tuesday Forecast

We’re watching several more opportunities for rain over the next week. A backdoor cold front will approach on Wednesday evening, giving us an isolated to widely scattered chance for storms. That front remains with us on Thursday and Friday, yielding more scattered storm chances.

If that wasn’t enough, another front approaches on Saturday which will give us another shot.

Precipitation Potential

While your backyard may not see rain every single day, the odds are decent that you’ll at least see something over the next seven to ten days.

Meteorologist Malcolm Byron

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