Tuesday Evening Weather Update – September 22

TONIGHT:  Clear skies with fog developing overnight.  Visibility may fall to less than a half mile at times for Wednesday morning’s commute.  Temperatures will drop to the middle 50°s.  Lincoln Low Temperature:  57°

WEDNESDAY:  Fog could hang around through at least mid-morning.  Low clouds could hang around through early afternoon, especially along and south of I-80.  Look for mostly sunny skies by late afternoon.  High temperatures will widely vary from southeast to north/northwest.  Look for them to be in the upper 70°s to middle 80°s.  Lincoln High Temperature:  79°

WARMEST IN 20+ YEARS

Temperatures will surge in the central United States ahead of a cold front Friday.  Temperatures will likely reach the upper 80°s to lower 90°s in southeast Nebraska.  I am currently conservatively forecasting a high of 88° in Lincoln.  If the forecast verifies, this will be the warmest September 25 in 22 years!  Stay tuned…

-Chief Meteorologist John Dissauer

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