More drawings tonight: Friday, February 9th

More drawings tonight: Friday, February 9th

More drawings tonight: Friday, February 9th

Accurate weather forecast now. Well, we’re enjoying some peace out there now. In fact, the temperatures we have now are closer to what our high temperatures will be this time. Of the year. It is past 10:00. The temperature outside is 37 degrees. We still have north-northwest winds at about ten miles per hour. Of course, this is from a cooler direction. So, if you like, the temperatures will be a little cold outside. Of course, temperatures throughout the weekend will be a bit cold with the northerly winds still around. So, looking at the radar and the satellite, you can see this area of ​​clouds here coming in from the north and swallowing up a large portion of the viewing area. They’re not particularly dense clouds, but rather low-level clouds. So, I don’t think it’s going to provide us with a lot of warmth overnight, because sometimes these clouds can act as insulation. But we are already in the 30s and looking to drop further overnight. So, about 37 degrees here in Omaha, in Plattsmouth, 32 degrees toward Lincoln Columbus at 35 degrees. Same for Norfolk and Carroll at 36 degrees for tonight’s low. I think we’ll reach a trillion nights on the edge of the freezing mark. Probably a little under 29 in the Omaha and Fremont areas of eastern Nebraska, maybe mid-20s. If you’re further south, you could approach the 30 degree mark and high 20 degree mark in western Iowa tomorrow morning. In terms of our chart for tomorrow, you could see a little more sunshine, especially during the middle parts of the day and morning. Once we get into later in the afternoon and evening, I think we’ll have a few more clouds, but we’ll continue to have those temperatures near 43, maybe 45 degrees here in the Omaha area. Southern Fall City reaches around 45 degrees eastern Nebraska, perhaps a few spots in the upper 30s tomorrow. But we will experience light winds tomorrow. So you don’t have to worry about feeling the temperature. And then, on Super Bowl Sunday, we get the Chiefs playing the 49ers ERS. Kick-off is at 5:30 on Sunday. We will have a few clouds during the afternoon hours. Kick-off at 530 is about 42 degrees. Clouds will roll in towards the end of the day with light winds as well. So you will not suffer from cold winds at least. But these temperatures are not warm enough for us to, you know, maybe barbecue or do those outdoor activities, but they’re still above average for a February day. So, we’re going to go all out here with our European computer model. This shows us the possibility of snowfall in the coming days. This is over the weekend. Everything stays out west. Once we push this through about Friday, you’ll see that not much will really happen. We’re pushing this through Thursday, but see what happens Thursday through Friday and into Saturday. We have a little bit of snow accumulation here, so we still have a long way to get out of that. If we look at the temperatures, especially on Friday, they are above freezing at that mark. So, whether it’s rain or snow, it kind of depends on the timing of it. However, this weekend, temperatures are a little cooler than they were yesterday, Monday at least, at around 49 degrees. That will maintain itself throughout Valentine’s Day at 49 degrees, a high on Thursday, 43 degrees, and then on Friday. This is the chance, or at least we have the potential, for some 37 degree rain or snow. Again, that’s the timing of it. If it comes in the middle of the day when the weather is warmer, there could be rain. But before that, we have warmer weather in Quanisia for the next six days. So, like I said before, we can’t complain too much. He. She’

More drawings tonight: Friday, February 9th

More clouds overhead tonight. Temperatures may stay in the 30s overnight if clouds persist long enough. The mild weather will last a little longer until a change in our weather pattern comes late next week. Meteorologist Luke Vickery tells you what this change in the weather forecast could mean for Omaha now.

More clouds overhead tonight. Temperatures may stay in the 30s overnight if clouds persist long enough. The mild weather will last a little longer until a change in our weather pattern comes late next week. Meteorologist Luke Vickery tells you what this change in the weather forecast could mean for Omaha now.

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