Bright and mild weather on Sunday, February 11

Bright and mild weather on Sunday, February 11

Bright and mild weather on Sunday, February 11

Post everything to you. From Omaha’s weather leader, meteorologist Caitlin Harvey, with your accurate weather forecast now, 546 on Sunday mornings, early and a little cold, you can get a live look right now across the metro with our exclusive SKYCAM network. Not much happens. Quiet morning, but you need to reach for that jacket or coat. From downtown Omaha to La Vista, and from west Omaha to Council Bluffs, indicating good visibility, but 25 this morning from Omaha Bennington at Glenwood 26 now Plattsmouth already 30 Wahoo and Fremont. And those temperatures really depend on where we get thicker cloud cover versus thinner cloud cover overnight now 21 now in Red Oak, 25, Nebraska City, 30 Columbus as well as Carroll Dennison now freezing 32 Tekama. But those clouds started to move. They will move slowly over the next few hours until around midday. A super-quiet Doppler is still living across eastern Nebraska, western Iowa, and northwest Missouri, and we’ll all be dry here for the rest of the weekend. Your hourly chart. There is not much cold wind. This is very good news thanks to our light winds. Generally, up to 5 to 10 miles per hour at its strongest, we can see it even lighter outside of the north and northwest, 27 degrees by 8:00, making that jump to 40 degrees by lunch hour. Highs today are in the mid 40s. There are still nearly ten degrees, if not more, above what we normally are at this time of February 46 this afternoon, Omaha is nearly 50 in Lincoln, 40 degrees in Norfolk and 41 in the Atlantic. Our latest storm forecast model this morning, you can see places where those clouds aren’t quite as dense. This is where we see cooler temperatures as we head into the next few hours. All those clouds are moving in, thanks to our north and northwest winds, and the sun is shining in the afternoon. Of course, this translates to clear skies all night long. By tomorrow morning, it still looks quite clear, but heading into the afternoon tomorrow, with a few passing clouds, I would say a mix of sun and clouds becomes partly cloudy Monday afternoon. Temperatures in Bonn tomorrow although still very mild. 48 Monday. Back to the lower 50s on both Mardi Gras Tuesday and Ash Wednesday. Also 50th Valentine’s Day with some clouds still looking very dry this week. There is a very small chance, especially in the north, of some rain Wednesday into Thursday. Now the effect is up to 30%. Weather symbol for the weekend. Newer forecast models indicate the possibility of rain and snow there over the weekend. Temperatures are back to where we usually are in the 30s,

Bright and mild weather on Sunday, February 11

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