Omaha weather forecast for Wednesday, January 31

Omaha weather forecast for Wednesday, January 31

Taste of spring to close January, re-freeze in the morning

Double the average. But we’re melting more of that snow every day here, and as we get toward the end of the month, you see more of the barren land out there on the hills up there on Blair Highway, I-680. But again, with thaw comes morning renewal. So pay attention. Especially any untreated surfaces. This morning. You’ll probably have to commute around the Omaha metro. These temperatures are well below the freezing mark of 27 now, Omaha Lincoln is 30 and Norfolk is seeing 20 degrees in Red Oak and Harlan as well. Some locations, including Omaha, have a little bit of a chilly wind, a little bit of a breeze that looks like the temperature is down to 18 now. Visibility is good in the metro, though, but some areas of dense fog around the Atlantic toward Red Oak and Harlan, which is actually southwest Iowa, where we’ll likely see most of the fog impacts this morning. A heavy fog warning remains in effect. Many sites until 9:00 this morning. Especially where there are areas of low visibility, there will likely be freezing fog. It freezes really hard on contact with some of those higher surfaces. So, again, pay attention to possible difficult situations with the refreezing process. That’s why I have the effect code N, even though we’ll stay essentially empty at most subway stations during the morning drive. But our morning temperatures will double by the end of the day, and we’ll likely reach those highs in the upper 50s with sunshine along the way. It will very likely be the warmest day of the year so far here in the Omaha metro, upper 50s with less snow in Lincoln City and I think I have the best chance of getting into the low 60s today. If we reach 60 in Omaha, it would be the first time we’ve reached 60 in January since 2014. It’s incredible. Lots of sunshine this afternoon. This is the storm forecast at 3:00. What a great afternoon to get outside. Cloudy overnight. There is a possibility of more fog north of the metro tomorrow morning. But we will be under cloud cover for most of the day. This front will now plunge south. This will be important because it looks like we’ll be staying on the south side of it. If so, we will still see temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. People on the north side of it will likely see highs in the 40s on Thursday. It is very likely that the temperature will spread significantly as we move through tomorrow afternoon. Now, as clear as possible. The Ridge building is in a very quiet area across the central part of the United States. Here comes the rain. On the West Coast, our next system will eventually impact us as we head into the weekend. So you can see the rain chances. Yes, late February, early February. We’re talking about all the rain. It’s too warm for snow, but rain chances increase Friday night, and then we’ll be around for most of the weekend. In terms of precipitation potential, most of the widespread heavy rain in central Nebraska will continue through Saturday. See through on Sunday. Any locations are likely to be more than an inch west of the Omaha metro, but we could see some locations within 10 to a quarter of an inch, and some locations up to a half inch in the Omaha metro. So, there won’t be a complete outage this weekend, but the rain showers will likely impact some outdoor plans. On the other hand, we’re still heading to B

Taste of spring to close January, re-freeze in the morning

We get a taste of spring at the end of January. Meteorologist Sean Iverson has an updated weather forecast now.

We get a taste of spring at the end of January. Meteorologist Sean Iverson has an updated weather forecast now.

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