Sunlight shines on Super Bowl Sunday

Sunlight shines on Super Bowl Sunday

Sunlight shines on Super Bowl Sunday: Saturday, February 10

More sunshine for tomorrow

I don’t know, I’m here for it. I feel like it’s a big year for them. Also may. Why not? If you are a fan of tattoos, what about you? Will you do it? You’ll get Casey. Bosses want. You know, I’ll think about it, but who knows? I don’t know. We’ll have to wait and see. But if we win, it will be good. But I don’t know if the weather will be this beautiful. At least here for outside grilling. I know you talked about that yesterday. We may need to get into the 50s, maybe 60s for some grilling weather here. We’re probably in the 40s and out now. We have clouds hanging overhead, so hopefully temperatures won’t drop too much overnight with those clouds still around. THERE’S A LOOK AT OUR DOUGLAS TOWER SKY CAM. You can see the First National Tower, the Wood Life Tower there, 33 degrees outside, still above the freezing mark, and a lot of clouds hanging above. North-northwest winds 9 miles per hour. So, you will feel like you are in your 20s if you step out of the house. Right now, radar and satellites show us all those clouds. There are a lot of low-level clouds, especially over our area, and you can see some snow. At least that’s what radar picks up toward the north plate in central Nebraska. It doesn’t look like that will make its way to Omaha, at least by tonight. But we’ll talk about that in just a few minutes tonight. 33 Here in Omaha, in western Iowa, in the mid-1930s. Maryville is in the low 40s, and much of eastern Nebraska, is also near that freezing mark for the rest of the night. Like I said before, those clouds are sticking to us, especially later when temperatures drop into the 30s and there isn’t much of a breeze. That’s good news right there. Here are your addresses. Cloud will stay with us tonight. More sunshine will be on its way to the SUPER BOWL on Sunday. Although those clouds will be there in the morning. They will leave in the afternoon and then mild temperatures will return midweek again. This includes Valentine’s Day as well. So, these are the low temperatures for tonight. We are falling below freezing in most areas despite cloud cover with a temperature of 28 degrees in Omaha, and almost everywhere below that freezing mark. Hourly chart for tomorrow. So, there are more clouds during the early parts of the day. But once we get to later in the day during Super Bowl time, or perhaps pre-game time when you’ll be having those viewing parties, much of the sky clears up and temperatures reach the upper 40s. Here are highs in the mid 40s and 45s in Omaha and Plattsmouth. If you head south, it could reach the upper 40s. But most of us are fairly consistent. There is no significant difference in temperatures surrounding the viewing area. Mid 40s is very nice all around. So tonight. Clouds will stick around us all day Saturday and move toward the west. You could see those few little showers or excuse me, snow showers, maybe a few flurries and maybe towards Norfolk. This model captures it. We picked up another model yesterday, so confidence is very low on any snowfall. But if we get a light swell, we’ll probably head towards Norfolk overnight. Here tomorrow morning. You can see those clouds breaking up a little bit. And then when we got there around 3:00, they actually broke up. Then, once we get to the Super Bowl on Sunday, we’ll have clear skies and temperatures in the 40s. So the seven day forecast shows that we will have a bit of a lull on Sunday. And what we also felt today. But we are bouncing well above average. For Tuesday. Valentine’s Day 51 degrees Celsius due to high temperature. Those partly cloudy skies will stick around by Friday. This is where we discuss the possibility of our next system emerging. At least there is some potential there. Only 20% chance now. Nothing to worry about. Temperatures also drop slightly on that day as well. Maybe next weekend will be the time when we finally get the February weather we haven’t seen in a while. But it continued a

Sunlight shines on Super Bowl Sunday: Saturday, February 10

More sunshine for tomorrow

Clouds will stay with us tonight, but clear skies are on the way tomorrow afternoon. The weather is also expected to be moderate. Meteorologist Luke Vickery has identified the temperature changes in the weather forecast now.

Clouds will stay with us tonight, but clear skies are on the way tomorrow afternoon. The weather is also expected to be moderate. Meteorologist Luke Vickery has identified the temperature changes in the weather forecast now.

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