The atmosphere is still unstable today leading to more storm develop as we head into the afternoon. A round of midday storms will bring more heavy rain and gusty winds. Temperatures stay in the 70s. Severe storms will be possible early this afternoon and into the early evening for SE Nebraska and western Iowa. We dry out tonight with lows in the 50s. Cooler air fills in the rest of the week with highs staying in the 60s. More soaking rain arrives on Friday, severe weather is not anticipated.
Summer-like temperatures can be expected for the start of the week. Isolated showers and storms can't be ruled out, north of I-80, before noon today. Otherwise, it's hot and dry this afternoon with highs in the lower 90s and a strong south wind. That wind remains breezy on Tuesday, gusting up to 40 mph. Highs will once again be in the lower 90s for Tuesday. Storms will be possible after 5pm with some of these becoming severe.
Scattered showers and storms will move across the area this morning but should wrap up around mid-morning. Isolated severe storms are possible with wind and hail the main threats. We will have a break from the rain in the afternoon with some sunshine. This will allow the atmosphere to recharge. A cold front and low push right over the metro leading to strong and severe storms. Storms fire up shortly after 4pm and move south of the area by 9pm. These will develop along and south of I-80.
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Selecting a term
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