Forecast for Wednesday: Meteorological spring “marches” in…

LINCOLN, Nebraska (Nebraska) – New month…and new season…begins on a quiet Wednesday…but “winter” quickly returns on Thursday…

A weak front will continue to slide across Nebraska Tuesday evening… giving little chance for a few light showers or snow showers in some places… while most areas remain dry under clear or partly cloudy skies. Wednesday is expected to be fairly calm in terms of weather with near-seasonal temperatures… but things get a little more interesting on Thursday. A significant storm system will pass through the Southern Plains… leaving southern Nebraska and northern Kansas on the northern periphery of this weather maker. The area most likely to be affected by periods of snow…mixed with rain at times…will be along and south of Interstate 80. Total snowfall is not expected to be as significant with this latest system…but the combination snow and some increase in wind may affect travel conditions for some. Thursday will also be windier and cooler than previous days. Chances of precipitation will dry up by early Friday morning… mostly dry weather, then expected over the weekend and early next week… when temperatures return to the 40s and 50s. Over the next 7 days…the “best” chances for humidity are from Thursday to early Friday…followed by mostly dry and mostly seasonal temperatures from Saturday to Tuesday.

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