More of the same, and nobody is complaining.
After a weather weekend of high temperatures in the 70s and record lows around 50, eastern Nebraska and western Iowa were expected to receive more pleasant weather over the next few days, according to Josh Boustead, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Valley, Neb.
Showers were expected to taper off by Monday afternoon, he said, with the Omaha area likely to experience a high temp in the upper 60s, well below the normal high of 87.
Conditions should remain cloudy tonight with a low temperature in the lower 60s, Boustead said. There is also a slight chance of drizzle tonight.
Sunny skies return Tuesday with a high around 80 degrees and an overnight low in the lower 60s, he said.
A persistent pattern of cooler conditions courtesy of Canadian air keeping out higher temps from the Southwest was expected to continue for the next several days, said Boustead.
“We're not looking at anything of a major (weather) change over the next seven or eight days,'' he said.
Showers are likely to return to the Omaha area Thursday night into Friday morning, Boustead added, and the cooler-than-normal conditions are expected to stick around.