Round one of rain moved through eastern Nebraska just before noon today as predicted. Now get ready for round two. National Weather Service – Valley Meteorologist Cathy Zapotocny says there is a stronger warm front to the south and that will have more dynamics including deep moisture and upper level support. While it is too early to predict the strength of storms and pin-point locations it is a good idea to be prepared.
Zapotocny says these storms could bring hail, heavy rain, strong wind and the possibility of a tornado. She says Nebraskans are used to severe weather in May and June but we have a secondary peak in September but typically it is not as common.
There is a chance of lingering rain through Wednesday morning. You will need a light coat or sweater tomorrow. Temperatures will be about 20-degrees cooler than today.