Showers will start on Wednesday



WET WEATHER IN EASTERN NEBRASKA. THE MOST RAIN. POCKETS OF HEAVY RAIN, ORDER MOSTLY ON THE IOWA SIDE OF THE RIVER. LOGAN, WOODBINE, PARLIN,. LIGHTNING. IN THE METRO, REGULAR SHOWERS EARLY. ALL GREEN, LIGHT RAIN. DODGE AND 680, LIGHT RAIN, JUST 72, NORTHWEST BREAK. LOW TO MID 70’S. LOW DEW POINT 70’S. TONS OF HUMIDITY IN THE AIR. AFTER THE RAIN HAS STOPPED THIS MORNING IT WILL NOT BE VERY WET YET. MUGGY METER MISERABLE AGAIN. CLOUD COVER TEMPERATURES NOT AS HIGH. TIME EVERYTHING. DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT THE RAIN JACKET. MOST ACTIVITIES SHOULD END AT 9:00 AM. DRYING OUT AT NOON. SUSPENDED CLOUD COVER. AFTERNOON BREAK IN CLOUDS, MAINLY DRY, MID 80S. NEAR 90S NEAR THE KANSAS BORDER. STILL FAIRLY WET. IN THE EVENING, YOU MAY GET ISOLATED ADVANCED SHOWERS, THUNDERSTORMS NEAR THE METRO. NOT EVERYONE WILL SEE IT. BEST LUCK OVERNIGHT THROUGH EARLY THURSDAY MORNING. DO NOT ANTICIPATE SEVERE TIMES. HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS COULD PRODUCE SMALL HAIL AND GUSTY WINDS BUT THE GREATEST CONCERN WILL BE THE THREAT OF BLOWING FLOODS AND HEAVY RAIN. OVERNIGHT EARLY THURSDAY COULD HAVE RAIN. THIS HAS A BROAD BAND, 1-3 INCHES OVERNIGHT IN THE FIRST HALF OF THURSDAY. POTENTIAL FOR HEAVY RAIN. WE NEED IT. RAINFALL DEFICIT. ALWAYS FACE DROUGHT. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LATE THURSDAY BEFORE WE DRY ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

Showers will start on Wednesday

Light rain will persist through the morning peak Wednesday. We will dry out, but stay wet this afternoon. Further thunderstorms with the potential for heavy rain are possible this evening. Meteorologist Sean Everson has your Weather Now forecast update.

Light rain will persist through the morning peak Wednesday. We will dry out, but stay wet this afternoon. Further thunderstorms with the potential for heavy rain are possible this evening. Meteorologist Sean Everson has your Weather Now forecast update.