After overnight lows in the lower teens late Friday into early Saturday, this weekend in and around Lincoln is not going to be overly warm, but it’s not going to be especially cold, either. We should be in the lower 40s this time of year, but instead, we’ll be in the lower 30s. Patchy fog and mostly cloudy skies will hinder any kind of warming throughout the weekend.
After a quiet start to the weekend on Saturday with patchy fog, mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the lower 30s, we’ll have a frontal boundary move through late Saturday into Sunday. This is going to give us a chance for some snowfall by early Sunday morning. For the Lincoln area, up to an inch is possible. Further north of I80 1-3″ will will be possible. This will all be done by noon Sunday.
We quiet down and warm up by early next week with partly to mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s.