Warm temperatures at last, but more rain could follow this weekend

Warm temperatures at last, but more rain could follow this weekend

Warm temperatures at last, but more rain could follow this weekend

Cloudy skies will persist into Tuesday, along with a morning shower possible in some spots. The weather service said the Omaha-Council Bluffs area could get up to an inch of snow Saturday.

But temperatures will rise during the weekend before another Pacific storm cools them down again, likely on Monday.

I wish I could tell you the forecast for Monday has changed; it has looked bad all week and it continues to look bad.

There is a chance of some rain to round off the weekend late Sunday.

Overcast conditions kicked into full swing into the middle of the day as we warmed all the way up toward the freezing mark by noon as a breezy south-southeasterly wind picked up.

The only good news about the snowstorm coming Friday night and Saturday in the Greater Mankato area is that it will be worse north of here.

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Both days drivers may encounter buffeting crosswinds. Watch for a few mountain snow showers Saturday and only a slight chance for a passing shower for Bozeman. North winds could gust as high as 30-35 miles per hour.

Tonight: A chance of rain and thunderstorms, then rain likely after 2 a.m. However, it will feel as if its in the 20s and 30s outside once you factor in the north and northwest wind, sustained at 15 to 25 miles per hour. Tomorrow afternoon the wind direction will swing from west to north, so the strong buffeting winds eventually will broadside cars and trucks on southwest-to-northeast and west-to-east roads. Snow accumulation south of Interstate 70 will be extremely slim. South southwest wind 7 to 16 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 23 miles per hour. Winds could gust as high as 33 miles per hour. Another few inches are possible from Walsenburg down to Trinidad and west into the surrounding higher terrain.

Lighter amounts of snow are forecast for the Omaha area, where forecasters expect about an inch of snow to fall. Slower models, like the European keep the rain and storms out of the region until after sunset.

Forecasters expect more rainy and windy conditions on Friday throughout the mid-valley, with gusts reaching 25 miles per hour in some locations and highs in the mid-50s.

Tuesday will be sunny. Potential for thunderstorms exist Monday in the Central Valley and foothills. Mainly cloudy, windy and dry for the rest of the day and night in Pueblo. Highs in the low 80s!

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