LINCOLN, Neb. (COL) – A few scattered thunderstorms could develop in the middle to late afternoon on Sunday. Sunday night, storms will come out of western Kansas and trace through Central in eastern Nebraska. Harmful winds, hail and heavy rainfall can accompany these storms.
Our "broken record" weather pattern continues throughout the holiday weekend … and into the beginning of next week. A recessed frontal boundary will continue to shift north and south over the next few days … as low pressure systems run across the area. These weather factors will combine with a steady stream of low moisture content in the region … giving most of us an almost constant threat to thunderstorm activity … especially early in the day … and again late in the day. None of the holiday weekend days seem to be complete laps … but the chance of rain and thunderstorms will never be far away. If you have outdoor plans for Memorial Day weekend … pay attention to the latest forecasts … and make sure you are armed with 1
SUNDAY: Variable cloudy with a 20% chance of morning showers and thunderstorms. Then rain varies with 30% chance of rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Higher in the mid 70's to the 80s. East winds of 5 to 15 mph become southern in the afternoon.
Sunday night: Chance of thunderstorms and thunderstorms. Some may be strong to severe with locally heavy rainfall. Lows in the top 50s to lower 60s. South wind 10-15 mph.
MONDAY DAY (MONDAY): Partly roughly cloudy with a still 60% chance of rain and thunderstorms during the day … some storms can be strong to heavy and contain heavy rain. Still hot and humid. Highs in the top 70's to the low 80's. South wind 10-15 gusts to 30 mph.