Spring starts later today, but will it feel like spring?

HASTINGS, Neb. (Nebraska) – Higher-level clouds will roll in from the southwest this morning. This gives the area a partially sunny day with filtered sun. There is a faint frontal border that stands out just southeast of the Tri-Cities. Southeastern areas will still be subject to southerly winds breezy today. The rest of the area will see winds shift from more northerly to more easterly between 5 and 15 mph. The highs will be somewhat broad from the upper 30 degrees and lower 40 degrees in the north to the lower 60 degrees in the southeast. In the Tri-Cities area, look for the upper-middle 50s. Skies appear to be mostly overcast, but conditions are likely to be dry. There is only a slight chance that there will be humidity after midnight. Look for lows ranging from the lower 20s in the north to the upper 30s in the southeast.

For tomorrow, there are two areas to watch for some moisture. First, southeastern Nebraska has a slight chance of very light rain, especially in the morning. Further northeast, snow and freezing rain will begin to rain as it lifts over north-central Nebraska during the day. Most of the area will remain mostly cloudy. Tuesday’s high temperatures will range from the low/mid 40s in the north to the mid 50s in the south and southwest. There could be some patchy areas of extremely light humidity Tuesday night, but the majority will remain dry with partly to mostly cloudy skies. Lows will range from the mid-20s in the north to the upper 30s in the southeast.

Another precipitation cycle will be possible late Wednesday night through Wednesday evening and may be a little more favorable for the area. Even if it will rain in part, snow will be possible… especially going north. Wednesday will be a windier day with highs ranging from 20C in the north to 50C in the south.

Thursday should feature a bit of a lull, but more humidity will be possible on Friday and into the weekend. This could come in a couple of rounds. The timing is still hard to figure out, but mostly rain is expected, although some may see snow. Temperatures will likely remain a bit below average over the weekend. The key takeaway for the week ahead is that while there are several chances of wetness in the forecast, a much larger portion of the weather will remain dry and the rainfall total will likely not be very high in the week ahead.

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