The afternoon weather forecast is very mild and bright for Monday, February 5

The afternoon weather forecast is very mild and bright for Monday, February 5

The afternoon weather forecast is very mild and bright for Monday, February 5

Treatment from Omaha’s weather leader. Meteor Caitlin Harvey With the accurate weather forecast now, there are a few clouds moving in during this lunch hour. This is our view from Point 72 and Crown Point overlooking the city. Thankfully most of this ice continues to melt, which isn’t great news despite the potential for ice jams. Seeing sunshine on the Iowa side. Red Oak Harlan 46. Harlan 48. Red Oak 46. Here in Omaha, holding on to some clouds. Fog Lincoln Norfolk 33 and 35 respectively. Getting some improvement in our fog. York County lies across from Madison County, and still about a mile away, if not a little less, are the westernmost counties now experiencing this dense fog. The consultation has been extended until 1pm today, and will take about a further 45 minutes. Once those clouds clear, the sun’s rays will move inland. It’s mostly sunny here due to afternoon temperatures. Very light today. 49 Omaha, 51 Lincoln. Perhaps there is a little optimism with this fog. holding on. 52 Shenandoah in the Atlantic and 55 today. Falls city forecast for tonight. Mostly clear skies becoming partly cloudy, and yes, again, a chance for some fog. By tomorrow morning. Temperatures drop to near freezing. So freezing fog will likely be a problem again tomorrow, even if it’s just a little frost on the windshield. Storms Forecast As we head through the day, your drive home looks clear. If you’re heading home a little early, though, head west. Watch for more sun glare as the sun sets overnight again, with mostly clear skies becoming partly cloudy tomorrow morning and then tomorrow. Breezy with increasing clouds throughout the day. It still looks dry though. Now your advice on flooding again. The Loop River just west of Columbus until 12 p.m. There are minor floods of ice jam there. 6pm tonight. Flood watch for areas immediately along the Platte, Elkhorn and Loop Rivers. So this seems to have a lot of space. It is only for those low-lying areas directly close to those rivers. Temperatures are expected to rise as we head into this coming week 56 tomorrow to near 60 degrees. Wednesday and 60 for Thursday. So get more of that melt with a 30% chance of rain late Wednesday night into early Thursday. Remaining windy, with wind gusts possible up to 40 mph. Work our way into the weekend. Luna

The afternoon weather forecast is very mild and bright for Monday, February 5

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