Omaha weather forecast for Tuesday, February 6

Omaha weather forecast for Tuesday, February 6

Feel the spring stick around, areas of morning fog

Morning fog again. A dense fog warning is in place for part of the area south and west of the Omaha metro through noon today. Dense Fog Tip Lincoln Beatrice Down towards Pawnee, back towards New York near the Columbus area and into central Nebraska so you can actually see some pockets of dense fog. Nebraska City, Beatrice Lincoln Norfolk A little foggy fog in Wahoo, but most of the metro area looks good now, but with no areas of low visibility, and maybe some freezing fog and patchy spots with most temperatures at the freezing mark or well below 26 in Omaha now, 27 Beatrice, Norfolk sees above freezing right now, but Lincoln, Nebraska City is at 28 degrees above the Omaha metro right now. Clear sky at this moment 26 degrees. Just a light southeast breeze at the moment. Enough to make this feel like a temperature in the upper teens. So you need the jacket out the door again this morning. Again, most of the fog to the west will see some sunshine in the morning, but expect more clouds as the day goes on, but it’s still nicely warm. Yesterday afternoon, I was outside in a long-sleeved shirt and shorts in the sun. It was amazing, but with cloud cover. Hey, you might still need to wear pants, even though we’ll see those similar highs in the to mid-50s. A satellite radar loop shows more clouds in the west and things are fairly quiet in the central United States. There’s this atmospheric river just a deluge of rain across Southern California. And now we’re finally going to see some of that moisture heading our way. But it will be fairly sporadic and won’t accumulate much. Look at the rain chances here for the rest of the week. Not much. Wednesday night, I would put it at 30, maybe 40%. This appears to be the best chance for light rain this week. Otherwise, we will continue to stay dry, which is good news for the flooding concerns we have seen over the past couple of days along the rivers. There remains an active flood warning for the Loup River west of Columbus. There is still ice jam. Hopefully we can move on to the plate. The good news is that the board is mostly ice-free, so it should flow well, and an extended flood watch remains in effect around the Elkhorn and Loop River basins through this evening. Again, if we can get more of that ice action, we might be able to bring that clock down though. May it continue on. We’ll keep an eye on that, but it looks like the worst has happened. Here’s a storm forecaster for the day, with temperatures in the mid to upper 40s by noon. Mid to or low to mid 50s by the afternoon through the night, I mean it’s still going to be very mild temperatures tomorrow. Many sites start in the 40s. We have stronger southerly winds throughout the day. Temperatures average to high 50°C. Second surface air. Dry for any rain though. You may see a few of those light, intermittent showers Wednesday night, but still keep the south breeze going for most of Thursday. This will keep these elevations high, but once the winds blow, the cold air begins to move in. This will bring those highs down into the 40s and closer to more O

Feel the spring stick around, areas of morning fog

The spring feeling continues Tuesday with areas of fog in the morning. Meteorologist Sean Iverson has an updated weather forecast now.

The spring feeling continues Tuesday with areas of fog in the morning. Meteorologist Sean Iverson has an updated weather forecast now.

(Tags for translation) Dense Fog Warning

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