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Omaha weather forecast for Sunday, warmer weather expected


OMAHA, Nebraska – Another chilly morning across the metropolitan area, albeit not quite as chilly as the morning before yesterday. Temperatures beginning in the teens, with wind chills reaching into the single digits at various points. The sky is completely clear, which indicates that there will be a significant amount of sunshine to begin the day. We’ll get a little bit warmer thanks to the sun and a breeze from the south that will be blowing at speeds of five to ten miles per hour. Temperatures are forecast to climb to near 40 degrees by noon, with highs in the afternoon reaching the middle of the 40s. That will actually put us in a better position relative to the norm for this time of year.

Today's Forecast
Today’s Forecast

This evening will see an increase in cloud cover, and by Monday morning, a cold front will have arrived. Despite the impending passage of the cold front, weather will remain dry, but Monday will see the return of gusty north winds. Because of the clouds and the north winds, our temperatures will drop by a few degrees, and the highest they will get on Monday afternoon will probably only be in the low 40s.

Temperatures This Week
Temperatures This Week

Behind that cold front, there is a chance of a few snowflakes falling on Monday night and Tuesday. Any impacts will be minimal as precipitation looks to be very light, if it even occurs at all, so any mixing with a few sprinkles during the morning on Tuesday is possible, but any impacts will be minimal regardless. Because clouds will continue to hang around and there will be a north breeze, the temperature on Tuesday will be in the 30s. The sky is expected to be cloudier on Wednesday and Thursday, and there is a continuation of a slight chance of some light showers, which could possibly mix with some light snow by Thursday.

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