A little cooler on Super Bowl weekend: Friday, February 9

A little cooler on Super Bowl weekend: Friday, February 9

A little cooler on Super Bowl weekend: Friday, February 9

A little cooler for Super Bowl weekend

You know, it seems like I should say we’re warming up, but we’re not. We cool off a bit over the weekend, but it’s still above average though. Looking outside now, this is from a HENRY DOORLY ZOO SKY CAM. And look at the blue sky behind the desert dome. We got a lot of sunshine today and that’s not why we didn’t warm up as much as we did yesterday. It’s a north wind around 14 mph, so I feel like the temperature will be in the 30s, but the air temp will be around 43 degrees. We also have this area of ​​low pressure sitting in western Kansas right now. You will move to the east. It was giving us a slight chance of showers earlier today, but it doesn’t look like we’ll get any rain, that’s for sure. Anything picked up by radar does not appear to have reached Earth. There are a few clouds there. But this is what concerns us today. 43 degrees here in Omaha, 45 degrees in Plattsmouth, and the same for Red Oak, Nebraska City at 4642. in Columbus and 40 degrees toward Norfork. So, throughout the remainder of the evening, we will see a slight drop in temperatures. So, if you’re going out tonight, maybe wear a jacket or a few layers, because temperatures will drop into the 30s, especially once we get past midnight for tonight’s lows. We may even drop below 30 degrees. Definitely below freezing for many of us, conditions similar to what happened this morning on the 29th in Omaha, maybe some areas in the south hitting the 30 degree mark. Same for Western Iowa. There are light winds though, so it’s not a wind chill factor for highs on Saturday. 43 degrees here in Omaha. If you’re in eastern Nebraska, you may not get out of the 30s. However, most areas in western Iowa are looking to reach the low 40s, and here’s your Super Bowl Sunday. High temperatures are a little warmer than Saturday. But not much better. As Sarah said earlier, this is not great weather. We will have light winds though, so we don’t have to worry about wind gusts on Super Bowl Sunday. So let’s take a moment. Super Bowl Sunday with storm expected. You can see the low pressure area we showed you on the satellite radar in western Kansas. It will move south and east of the United States to approach Kansas City, but will likely fade away before then. There is plenty of sunshine or clear skies all night tonight. Once we get into Saturday around 6:00, you’ll see more clouds making their way. There won’t be particularly heavy clouds then until Sunday morning. This model picks up a little light snow drizzle, so there may be a few flurries, but it will pay off. Not all of our models pick this up, so confidence is very low and there are more clouds on Sunday morning. So, looking at the seven-day forecast, you could see it get a little cold over the weekend. Super Bowl Sunday at 44 degrees Monday through Wednesday. Temperatures are approaching 50 degrees on your Valentine’s Day and more sunshine is in the seven-day forecast. So, if you want to take advantage of a good thing, it will be warmer, you will get more sunshine, but then close your eyes. If you don’t want to hear about cold temperatures, Friday will be when we can return to our seasonal average. But overall, if we want to remain optimistic, this is well above average. All the time

A little cooler on Super Bowl weekend: Friday, February 9

A little cooler for Super Bowl weekend

It’s a little colder outside for Super Bowl weekend. It’s not exactly hot, but it’s still above average for February. Meteorologist Luke Vickery shows you how long the above temperatures will last in the weather forecast now.

It’s a little colder outside for Super Bowl weekend. It’s not exactly hot, but it’s still above average for February. Meteorologist Luke Vickery shows you how long the above temperatures will last in the weather forecast now.

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