A little better today, but we’ll wait until the weekend before the real warm weather returns

HASTINGS, Neb. (Nebraska) – It will be all sunny today and while it’s another freezing morning, today will be a little warmer. High temperatures will hit low in the mid 30s. There may also be an upper 30s in southeast Nebraska where there isn’t much snow on the ground. Winds will be from the West-Northwest between 5 and 15 mph. It will be mostly clear tonight and not that cold with lows mostly around 10C. A backdoor cold front will move in from the north and northwest tomorrow, which will bring dipping temperatures, increasing clouds, and breezy northerly winds of 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to about 25 mph. Highs will range from the upper 10s in the north to the mid 30s in the south. Some will see temperatures drop during the afternoon. That cold front will stop right in the center of Local4’s observation area. This will keep the clouds out during the night. That front will develop into a north-south oriented warm front that will begin advancing east early Friday morning. Overnight, the winds will begin to turn more easterly and then southerly as dawn approaches on Friday. So some will start to see temperatures rise at dawn. Low temperatures will range from about -5° northeast to nearly 20° southwest. The warm front will continue to advance east on Friday, but one thing that could hold temperatures back is persistent cloud cover. There are hints that some may be seeing a mostly cloudy day with some lingering fog. For now, I have highs in the upper 20s in the northeast to the lower 40s in the west. But if the low clouds remain stubborn, there are some that could get a little cooler for the highs.

Warmer air will move east over the weekend. Friday night won’t be so cold. Saturday’s highs will range from the upper 30 degrees north to the upper 40 degrees southeast. The winds will be light from the west. Sunday will be quite similar from the mid-30s northeast to about 50° southeast. It will be similar again on Monday. From Monday night to Tuesday, a weak storm brings a small chance of humidity for some spots in Local4’s observation area. As of right now, I haven’t included humidity in the forecast for the Tri-Cities. Tuesday’s highs could be slightly cooler, mid-30s in the north to mid-40s in the south.

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