Sunday forecast: not so cold
LINCOLN, Nebraska (Nebraska) – A short-term warming trend will begin on Sunday and continue through Monday.
Mostly sunny skies and a southwesterly wind on Sunday will help warm things up! High temperatures will reach 40 degrees in the east and 50 degrees in the central and western regions. Although the temperature will be “warmer” than on Saturday, it will still be chilly outside due to the wind. The wind will reach 15-20 m/s with gusts up to 30 m/s. It is important to note that due to low relative humidity and gusty winds in eastern Nebraska, there will be a high to very high fire risk in the afternoon.
Sunday High Temperatures (Nebraska)
Some cloud cover will shift on Sunday evening and Monday morning, leaving the skies mostly clear to partly cloudy. The southwest wind will continue, but will increase to 15-25 m/s with gusts up to 35 m/s. Low temperatures will drop only until the 20-30s. The “warmest” will be in the southeast, where partly cloudy weather is likely, these temperatures will be about average for this time of year.
Monday Morning Lows (Nebraska)
Much warmer conditions are expected for most of the area on Monday as a warm front moves through region 1011. Unfortunately, a cold front will quickly follow the warm front and bring down temperatures in the upstate. High temperatures will be in the 40s to the mid 60s. The day will begin without wind, the southwest wind will be 10–15 m/s with gusts up to 30 m/s… In the afternoon the wind will subside. The sky will be partly or mostly sunny.
Monday High Temperatures(Nebraska)7 Day Forecast(Nebraska)
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