We will have sunshine early on Saturday then clouds will slowly increase throughout the day. Temperatures tomorrow, Friday and Saturday will be 10-15 degrees above normal, but winds from later today through tomorrow also will likely be increasing to eventually 15-30 miles per hour. Temperatures reach the lower to middle 60s.
That warming trend continues into Wednesday when highs should soar into the 60s with 70s even possible for much of northeast Nebraska! This is the show all about weather featuring many familiar voices, including meteorologists at ABC 33/40. For us, that means a few wrap-around rain/ snow showers are possible Saturday night into Sunday morning. If we do get any accumulations, it will be on grassy surfaces. Tuesday will begin cloudy, but will clear quickly into the afternoon bringing sunny, slightly cooler, and drier weather well that will last well into the weekend.
Thursday - Breaks of morning sun briefly, then a quick-moving Clipper low passes to our northwest by the afternoon and evening.
Thanks to high pressure, tomorrow will be a very nice day with a mostly sunny sky. Despite the rain and wet sand, the winds were strong enough to blow the loose sand horizontally. Lows fall to the upper 30s to upper 40s under cloudy skies.
A trough will be lifting north and out of New England on Wednesday. Showers will tend to taper off by late Thursday afternoon.
Moisture returns to our region late Sunday and early Monday, and may catch up to the cold air for another period of snow or mixed precipitation. A front pushes through later today and brings the chance of scattered showers with the potential for a few thunderstorms.
All in a New England week... Lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures greet us for the rest of the week.
In Madison on Sunday it was a cold 15 degrees at 5:53 a.m., with increasing clouds, a high near 39 and calm winds becoming southeast winds around 5 miles per hour forecast by the Weather Service.