It's almost that time of year again.
The National Weather Service reported low temperatures of 32 degrees this morning at Omaha Eppley, and that's only the start of what NWS expects might be the coldest weather period of this fall season.
High temperatures of 58 for Saturday and 62 for Sunday are forecast for the Omaha metro area, with lows of 36 tonight and 35 tomorrow. This week will continue to bring lows in the low-to-mid 30s, according to Dave Fobert, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's office in Valley, Neb.
Omaha could see rain showers on Tuesday, but Fobert said he doesn't believe the metro area will see freezing rain or snow. The storm system coming out of central Canada could bring more snowfall to northern states like South Dakota, he said.
The NWS has forecast a high of 53 for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week.