Friday Forecast: Back in the 80s !

Published: Aug. 12, 2021 at 4:08 PM CDT|Updated: Aug. 13, 2021 at 6:32 AM CDT
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After a series of weak frontal passages that had little-or-no effect on the hot-and-humid conditions in place over the past week or so...a stronger cold front dropping in from the south will finally bring the region some relief.

After the leftover precipitation comes to an end early Friday morning...the balance of the day should be dry...and much more comfortable with highs in the 80s. An upper-level disturbance and weak warm front will mean scattered thunderstorms over far western Nebraska Friday night...and this activity is expected to drift east overnight Friday and into early Saturday giving our local forecast area some additional small precipitation chances during that time. With that weak front lingering just to the west of Lincoln...we will continue to include small shower-and-thunderstorm chances for the weekend...while at the same time maintaining that most of your Saturday-Sunday will be rain-free. Highs over the weekend should reach the mid 80s...just about where they should be for mid-August.

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We’ll also include an early look at the Saturday evening forecast for Lincoln if you happen to be one of the thousands-and-thousands of folks headed to the Garth Brooks concert at Memorial Stadium.

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