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David’s morning forecast – cold start, warm afternoon

OMAHA, Nebraska (Nebraska) — A chilly start to Sunday with temperatures near teens and even single digits in the Omaha metro area. The wind starts on the weak side, but we have enough breeze to bring the frost down to almost zero. The skies in the area are clear, which means that we will see bright sun all day, which will finally help to achieve warmer conditions. Southwest wind will pick up in the morning, slightly stronger gusts are possible in the afternoon. This southwesterly wind will also help keep us warm, but gusts up to 20-30 mph are likely during the day and evening. High temperatures should peak in the 40s to almost 50s, which is a nice change of pace over the past couple of days.

Forecast for today (Nebraska)

A few clouds cloud our skies on Monday, but on the first day of spring, temperatures get even hotter. The wind will be lighter, which will make the afternoon very pleasant. After starting in the 30s, daytime temperatures should warm up to the mid or even higher 50s for the metro. In southeastern Nebraska and southern Iowa, low temperatures of the 60s are likely. Clouds will thicken a little by Monday evening, but the dry weather will last all day.

Showers Tuesday (Nebraska)

The chance of rain will return to the forecast by Tuesday, with intermittent showers in the morning. It will rain intermittently in the area during the day, but the rain doesn’t look particularly heavy and it won’t rain all day, so there won’t be a complete flush. Rain and clouds will make things a little cooler, but the maximum temperature should still be around 50 degrees.

Temperature trend this week (Nebraska)

Partially sunny skies will return on Wednesday with highs in the mid-50s. Another system will transition by Wednesday evening Thursday, which will likely bring a few more showers to the area, with the potential for a small winter combination in northeast Nebraska and northern Iowa. Fairly moderate temperatures will remain with us this coming weekend, with highs remaining in the 40s to mid 50s until at least Saturday. Another chance of rain and possibly a winter mix will arrive next weekend.

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