The Omaha metro area received about 40% of its normal precipitation in April, but the outlook for the next two weeks favors cooler and wetter than normal weather across Nebraska.
Omaha people will see temperatures in the 60s today. The forecast calls for it to be a pleasant 69 degrees. We'll see a low temperature of 50 …
Lincoln and Omaha had both reached 91 degrees by 4:30 p.m. Monday. Tuesday night into Wednesday, Omaha has a chance for much-needed rain.
Will Nebraska's luck run out and the state return to widespread drought this summer? Forecasters say they don't know.
While a snowstorm moves into the western part of the state, eastern Nebraska, including Lincoln and Omaha, can expect rain Thursday and Friday.
Aquifers are recovering from the stress of the flash drought of 2012, Nebraska's hottest, driest year on record.
Highs in the 50's are expected today in the Omaha area. It should reach a brisk 58 degrees. Today's forecasted low temperature is 44 degrees. …
While the rain has helped eliminated the drought in most of the eastern part of Nebraska, it hasn't eased fears of drought's return or prevented grass fires.
Omaha temperatures will reach the 50's today. It looks like it will be a cool 56 degrees. Today's forecasted low temperature is 33 degrees. We…
Highs in the 50's are expected today in the Omaha area. It looks like it will be a crisp 55 degrees. A 40-degree low is forecasted. Today's we…
Drought has eased in Nebraska, but the spring forecast issued Thursday doesn't bode well for continued improvement. The U.S. is in its worst drought since 2013, an NOAA official said.
A National Weather Service meteorologist said the Omaha area could see more than 2.5 inches of rain by early Tuesday morning, but snow is unlikely. Minor flooding could occur.
A National Weather Service meteorologist said snowfall may reach 18 inches or more in spots such as Chadron, Scottsbluff and Kimball, while the northwest Sand Hills may see about 10 inches.
Fire departments worked to extinguish multiple fires in the Omaha metro area and nearby counties Wednesday. A meteorologist also said multiple fires could be seen by satellite in southwest Iowa.
Sunday could be cloudy and somewhat windy but will otherwise be uneventful, with temperatures in the mid-30s in the metro area.
A storm system moving into to eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa could bring a mix of rain and freezing rain.
The metro area had received about 5 inches, plus or minus an inch, as of 4:30 p.m., the National Weather Service said. By the time the snow ends, a total of 9 inches or more is possible.
It might be a good day to stay bundled up indoors, with temperatures barely hitting 32 though it will feel much colder at 22.2. We'll see a lo…