Thursday Forecast: Dialing up another dynamic December day...
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - Record or near-record high temperatures are expected on Thursday...
Unseasonably warm weather to begin this month of December will continue on your Thursday...with afternoon readings more reminiscent of late-September or early-October. Daily temperature records are likely to fall over much of Nebraska...and a few spots may threaten their all-time December records before the day is through.
A weak cold front will drop south Thursday night and Friday...”cooling” us back down into the 50s and lower 60s for Friday and bringing in a bit of a northerly breeze....but those expected temperatures are still well-above the norm for early-December.
The weekend looks more seasonal with temperatures expected to be in the 40s and 50s...and it will be breezy on Saturday with windy conditions likely on Sunday making it feel a little cooler. Dry conditions are likely to continue all the way through the weekend.
Our latest 7-Day Outlook shows more seasonal temperatures for much of next week...but no “arctic” outbreaks...and very little chance of any significant rain or snow in the foreseeable future...stay tuned.
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