TODAY: Partly sunny and hot with the high near 94, the wind will become breezy like yesterday from the south/southwest. The dry line will be pushing in our area and will be a focus point for storms developing this afternoon. Development of these storms will be around 3PM and they will move easterly. The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted our area with a greater risk for severe storm near the Interstate 27 corridor and points east. If these storms develop they may become severe with large hail and damaging wind gusts.
TONIGHT: Storms will clear east and diminish as the sun sets, then partly cloudy overnight. Low near 66 with the wind speeds staying 15-25mph.
WEEKEND: Saturday the dry line will likely be east of our area where storms will likely develop. Mostly sunny with drier air in place to help warm highs to upper 90s with some 100s possible. Fathers Day a storm system will push across our area and setting up to our east. This will bring us a northerly wind to help temperatures drop to near normal. Although most will stay dry an isolated storm might develop over the weekend.
NEXT WEEK: Our upper level flow may bring some storms from northeastern New Mexico into our area again later Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures will stay near normal before we are back in the mid 90s by Wednesday.
Have a great Friday and weekend! Wreck Em Tech in Omaha! Matt with the latest update to the forecast and keeping you updated on storms through the day.