Overnight temperatures will drop into the upper 60s and lower 70s under partly cloudy skies. Those winds will die down leaving us with pleasant conditions for the opening of the College World Series here in Omaha. There is a slight chance for some scattered storms, generally after Midnight.
Showers are expected to enter the region, possibly heavy at times tonight into Father's Day.
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Saturday:A dry start but scattered showers developing through the morning. The best chance for showers and thunderstorms would be later this afternoon and evening.
Any storms that develop in the afternoon could have some hail and high winds with them. High temperatures will only reach the upper 80s as an onshore flow produces easterly near between 5-15 miles per hour today. We will see rain chances return to the forecast next week, beginning on Monday evening with a slight chance for a few isolated storms. Sunday high temperatures will reach the lower 90s under partly cloudy skies.
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As for the work week, we still have the chance for some afternoon showers/storms Monday and Tuesday, but we look to dry out during the middle of the week until Friday when there is another chance for rain. All of the fog will burn off and the rain will move out for the afternoon hours of your Father's Day.
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