Spooktacular conditions in time for Halloween

Sunday remained mostly cloudy for the duration of the day, but Lincoln did manage to reach the lower 70s for a high. The cloud cover is due to an expansive low pressure system that spans over half of the country. It will eventually move off to the east, clearing us out overnight as we head into the beginning of the week.

Skycast Tonight

Looking at the hour-by-hour temperatures, we start off cooler on Monday but are quick to warm back into the 70s, past where we got to for a high temperature on Sunday. We’ll stay above average for some time over the next week as we continue to warm up for the end of one month and beginning of another.

Jess Tonight Hour By Hour

As for Halloween night, temperatures are going to stay mild and eventually tip to the cooler side of 60°. Not too many extra layers will be necessary for trick-or-treaters Monday evening, so it’ll be great not to have coats covering up the costumes!

Jess Halloween Forecast

We stay dry for a majority of next week before more rain chances appear for Thursday. We are continuing to track this as we get closer, but stick with us for the latest.

Meteorologist Jessica Blum

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