SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2016
A lingering flurry is still possible Sunday morning, but most should start the day with dry conditions. Remember to drive carefully Saturday night and into Sunday morning as overpasses and bridges could get slick at times and temperatures will fall below freezing. Areas of fog will be possible across central and Eastern Nebraska through Sunday morning. Sunday looks to be a rebound day and really will be mild on top of mostly sunny skies. So take advantage of it because things will change headed into the work week. Through a large part of next week we will see breezy conditions with above average temperatures on Monday. A colder air mass will move in behind a cold front on Monday and this will begin our precipitation chances on Monday night. As of right now a rain snow mix from Monday night looks to change over to snow into Tuesday morning, but the amounts still look to be a big question mark. At this point it doesn't hint at being a significant winter storm. What is a little more certain is that colder temperatures are right around the corner. Highs Wednesday, Thursday and Friday look to be in the 20s with overnight lows dropping to the single digits. So snow or no snow with these breezy conditions it will certainly feel like winter as wind chill values will have us feeling like the temperature is in the teens if not lower at times.
SUNDAY: Lingering flurry possible Sunday morning. Mostly sunny and mild. Highs in the mid 40s to the upper 40s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. Lows in the mid to upper 20s,
b>MONDAY: Partly sunny with highs with highs in the upper 40s. South winds 5 to 15 mph with gust up to 30 mph. Increase in cloud cover through the afternoon becoming mostly cloudy. A rain snow or just snow mix will be possible late Monday night during the overnight period.
b>TUESDAY: Colder and partly to mostly cloudy. A 30% chance at seeing snow in the morning and then again in the late in the evening. Lows Tuesday night in the teens.