Weather forecast for Monday, January 29, afternoon

Weather forecast for Monday, January 29, afternoon

Weather forecast for Monday, January 29, afternoon

We are all very excited. He lives. Now look from our camera at 72 and the Crown Point, looking out towards the city as part of our exclusive SKYCAM network. Well, there’s still snow on the ground, but we keep working at it, and we’re getting some. The thaw is over, and at least for me, it’s helping the side streets in my neighborhood. Temperatures are now in the 40s, all over the board 44 feels like 40 here in Omaha, 47. Lincoln feels like 4444 in Norfolk feels like 39 and 43. Here on your lunch hour in Harlan, the winds are still generally light. We’ll be watching this shift here from the west, and then some clouds will start moving in late tonight this afternoon. But now the light is crystal clear. The Walpole Super Doppler shows us those clear skies and even a little further to the west. It still looks very clear. Getting some cloud cover starting to increase. This will hold off until later in the afternoon and evening, becoming mostly cloudy. At least a little breezy for the first half of the night before we become partly cloudy by tomorrow morning. However, today enjoy temperatures in the upper 40s. Lower 50s 55 Falls City. Your highs today. The city is actually sitting at 50 now as we’re talking 50 Shenandoah Omaha Lincoln 46 Norfolk and 45 Atlantic and Carroll. We’re usually around 34, so we’re enjoying above-average temperatures here tonight. As mentioned, partly cloudy after mostly cloudy skies. Move early. It’s still going to be cold by tomorrow morning down to 31, so keep an eye on some refreshing storm forecasts even though we’re headed through the afternoon. Bon. There are those increasing clouds tonight, especially on the Iowa side. Wake up tomorrow morning and you could see more patchy fog and partly cloudy skies. I think we will have more breaks in the sun here due to still above average temperatures on Tuesday. Slight dip tomorrow 41. Still warmer than we’ve been and then we’ll get back into the upper 40s and lower 50s as we head into the second half of the week. The risk of ice packing on the lower Platte River remains high with the ice thickening, and those temperatures are moving forward looking to stay pretty warm, and get some of that melting. But at least we won’t get as much rain accumulating on the surface of the frozen ground. Temperatures here this week. Once again, the 40s and 50s still look very dry with a 20% chance of rain by late Friday into Saturday. Jack. All in all, not too bad. False spring though. Yes, this is correct. It eventually cools down. OK. I wanted a clap button.

Weather forecast for Monday, January 29, afternoon

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