LINCOLN, Neb. (COLOGNE) – A slow cooling trend is set for the new business week, but temperatures will still remain above average. A slight chance of sprinkles will develop on Monday, with another chance of showers returning midweek.
Slightly cooler conditions and light winds are possible, along with a few sprinkles, on Monday thanks to a border crossing the 1011 area. High temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than Sunday, but remain well above average across the state. Highs will climb into the upper 30s to mid 50s. It will be in the upper 30s to mid-40s in areas with snow, but the Southeast will once again reach the 50s. It will be a very windy day, with gusts between 10 and 20 mph during the day and up to 25 mph in the morning.
Skies will be partly to partly cloudy throughout the day, with a slight chance of precipitation in parts of western and eastern Nebraska. Eastern areas will experience some rain or light rain from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. Light rain or snow showers will develop in the Panhandle and western areas this afternoon through the evening. Snow accumulation is not expected for snowfall.
Partly cloudy weather will prevail in the eastern regions and clear weather in the western half during the day. Low temperatures will also be slightly cooler in the 20s, but will still be above average.
The slightly cooler trend will continue on Tuesday, but we will see more sunshine. Skies will be mostly sunny with highs mostly in the 40s.
A slow cooling trend will continue through the end of the week before temperatures recover over the weekend. However, these high and low temperatures will remain above average for the next 7 days. We’re tracking another chance for precipitation Wednesday through Friday as a low pressure system moves in just south of the 1011 area. Dry and warmer conditions will return by the end of the week.
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