A sunny and warm Tuesday
The entire state is waking up to clear skies and mild temperatures Tuesday morning. Unlike Monday where we had some waves of clouds, Tuesday the sky will remain sunny throughout the day.
High temperatures will soar into the 40s to 50s in southeast Nebraska. Areas that had the hardest time warming on Monday (primarily in the west) should do so more easily on Tuesday.
Wednesday is also looking pretty nice, with mostly sunny skies for most of the day and highs in the 50s. However, a system is approaching on Wednesday that will bring some chances of precipitation.
As the system gets very close Wednesday evening, most of the moisture will fall to the south and east. Lincoln has maybe a 10% chance of precipitation Wednesday night, not a high probability. Areas closest to Falls City have a 20-30% chance of seeing a mix of rain and snow.
That system rolls out of here pretty quickly and another one takes its place on Thursday. This could bring some snow across the state. Lincoln and areas to the west have a better chance of seeing precipitation on Thursday.
Grand totals will be very limited. The liquid-equivalent buildup should be less than 0.1″ for most. In other words, you shouldn’t expect a drought this week.
Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
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