Hot Again Tuesday, More Storms Tuesday Night

Strong storms possible Tuesday night
Posted at 6:58 AM, Jul 10, 2023
and last updated 2023-07-10 23:26:55-04

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH is in effect until 10pm for areas northwest of Omaha metro. Some strong storms with large hail and damaging winds are possible in the watch area.

Storm developing over northeast Nebraska will begin moving southeast this evening. A few storms could be strong to severe with large hail and damaging winds the main hazards. The storms weaken as they expand southeast, becoming more likely around the metro after 8pm. About half of the region will see rain from these storms before they end overnight.

Tuesday morning will be dry with lows in the mid 60s.

Tuesday afternoon brings a mix of sunshine and clouds, more humidity, and a high near 90. An isolated storm is possible in the heat of the day, but most of us stay dry in the afternoon.

A second round of storms will provide the week's best chance for rain late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. The storms will move into areas north of I-80 around midnight, then push southeast overnight. Some of these storms could be severe with hail and damaging wind being the two main concerns. The leftover rain continues for southwest Iowa and northwest Missouri into early Wednesday morning.

Most of us stay dry Wednesday afternoon with highs in the mid 80s.

A few more spotty showers and storms are possible Thursday as we warm into the upper 80s.

Friday will be in the mid 80s with a small chance for rain and storms.

For now, we'll just keep a small rain chance in for the weekend. Saturday will be in the mid 80s before a weak cold front drops us into the low 80s Sunday.

Mostly Sunny
Warm & Humid
High: 90

Passing Storms
Strong Winds Possible
Low: 66

Morning Rain
Drier Afternoon
High: 85

Mostly Sunny
Seasonal Day
High: 87

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