Omaha morning weather forecast for Thursday, February 8

Omaha morning weather forecast for Thursday, February 8

Remaining breezy, mild Thursday, with a slight chance of rain

Records go back more than 150 years. So incredibly warm. Not just during the first week of February, but especially this morning. The south breeze doesn’t stop, the flag is flying there looking down from the women’s hospital, and the camera is shaking at 51 degrees. Warmest start to the day since October, but sustained winds of 25 mph. Even with clear skies, the temperature is still high. We’re all in the 40s and 50s, 51 in Lincoln, where it’s been clear a little longer, more of these temperatures are in the mid to upper 40s out toward Norfolk and Columbus and York, look at the winds are 36 mph at Eppley Lincoln pushing 40 degree degrees. So the southerly breeze will still be stronger early this morning, but it is still expected to be 20 to 30 mph through most of the day. But you can see the direction from the south and southwest. The first half of the day. Then in the afternoon, it will shift more to the west as a cold front moves in. So, eventually, we’ll see some changes coming our way. Today is once again a good day to bring a windbreaker, as the weather will be mild all day. High 40s out the door, and then, by the time the kids get home from school, you’ll be home from work probably in the upper 40s, still in the lower 50s, and we can’t get out of a stray shower as we go through the afternoon hours. The cloud-covered shower activity that was moving toward the east has been here all night, but you can see more moving toward the west. This rotation. This is the low that hovers over the Kansas and Nebraska or Kansas, South Dakota and Nebraska border and brings with it some cold air. Some clearing. Now we’ll see some sunshine here in the first half of the day. But this is right outside our door as we approach lunchtime. So, there are noon temperatures in the mid-50s, and the high temperature of the day will likely be around 1:00 PM. As the front moves through, we will see more cloud cover, and once again we won’t be able to unleash trillion-dollar stray showers. Some of us may see a few sprinkles. Most of us will likely remain dry, but between noon and the 4 window is our chance to see any wet weather. Then, while winds from the west are still bringing some of that cold air, we’ll see temperatures drop by the evening. 6:00 Back to the 1940s. Some more cleansing overnight and tomorrow morning. Calm sunny temperature. In the low 30s to start Friday. Then we will see more cloud cover as the day goes on. Most of these temperatures are in the mid to upper 40s and then in the evening can’t produce a trillion dollar streaks of rain, but it doesn’t seem like much. Planning a weekend abroad, no problems. Yes, it’s more spectacular, but it’s still above average by February standards. Low 40s on Saturday and Sunday and then a little warm-up down the road

Remaining breezy, mild Thursday, with a slight chance of rain

Weather remains breezy and mild on Thursday as a cold front moves in. Meteorologist Sean Iverson has an updated weather forecast now.

Weather remains breezy and mild on Thursday as a cold front moves in. Meteorologist Sean Iverson has an updated weather forecast now.

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