Mostly clear skies take us through the overnight hours, with low dew points allowing temperatures to drop into the upper-50s! Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies are on tap Monday, with humidity staying low and highs warming back into the lower-80s.
Plentiful sunshine is on tap Sunday, with much less smoke expected. Since drier air will work in throughout the day Saturday and into Saturday night, the humidity will be much lower Sunday as well. Highs will warm into the low to mid-80s.
Sunday will start near 70° in the Metro with highs topping out yet again in the low to mid-90s. Thankfully, heat indices shouldn’t be much higher than the actual air temperature, as dew points will be quite a bit lower compared to Saturday.
Partly cloudy skies take us through Monday evening and into the overnight hours, with lows dropping into the mid-60s. Tuesday and Wednesday will warm into the upper-80s, with 90s taking us from Thursday through the extended forecast.
Once the patchy fog lifts Monday morning, mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies are in store with highs back in the mid-80s. Temperatures warm into the upper-80s Tuesday and Wednesday, with 90s taking us from Thursday through the weekend.
Morning lows ranging from the upper-50s to the mid-60s will heat into the low to mid-80s by the afternoon, with winds from the east 5-10 mph. Rain chances this weekend into Monday morning will impact primarily central Nebraska, but some of our westernmost counties may get clipped.
Clouds increase again overnight, with lows just dropping into the lower-70s. A line of scattered storms could reach northeastern Nebraska after 4 or 5 AM, with the best chance for strong winds or isolated hail once again north of I-80.