Weather forecast for Friday, August 19 afternoon

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Weather forecast for Friday, August 19 afternoon



72ND AND CROWN POINT. TEMPERATURES IN OMAHA METRO STAY STEADY WITH A 20% TO 30% CHANCE OF SHOWERS THIS AFTERNOON. RED OAK REPORTING RAIN, 73. NO LIGHTNING SEEN FOR SEVERAL HOURS. 84 WE HAD MORE SUN IN THE DAY AND 70 IN DENISON. SATELLITE AND RADAR OVER THE LAST TWO HOURS YOU CAN SEE HOW INCORRECT THESE HAVE BEEN. A FEW SHOWERS AND TONER RUMLS IN OMAHA METRO AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS FURTHER SOUTH AND FURTHER EAST TODAY. IF YOU’RE TRAVELING 29 SOUTH, MAYBE 35, BE PREPARED AND STAY TUNED FOR ANY WEATHER UPDATES IN THOSE AREAS. HERE A SEVERE THREAT NOT SEEMING TOO HIGH BUT A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS AT 3 PM ICE TODAY IN THE UPPER 70’S TO MID 80’S. 86 LINCOLN. THE JEAN LAHEY SHOPPING CENTER — THE JEAN LAHEY SHOPPING CENTER, BEAUTIFUL CINEMA NIGHT, IN THUNDER SHOWER POSSIBLY AFTER 6 AM, AND MAINLY CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE 70S. DIVE INTO THE ARLETA STORM FORECAST PATTERN IN THE AREA EXTREMELY SUNNY AFTERNOON AND A HIGH CHANCE AFTER 3:00 AM, 5:00 AM WITH A GREATER RISK OF SEVERE WEATHER WITH MORE ORGANIZED THUNDERSTORMS, AND THEY WILL MOVE FURTHER SOUTH AND EAST, LEAVING US WITH SHOWERS AFFECTED IN THE EVENING. DRYING THINGS OUT BY TOMORROW MORNING, AND IT STARTS WITH CLOUDS FOR SATURDAY WITH MORE SUNSHINE FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON. WE STAY DRY TOMORROW. YOUR OUTLOOK FOR SEVERE WEATHER THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING LARGE HAIL, ADVERSE WINDS FOR COMMUNITIES IN FAR WESTERN IOWA AND FAR EASTERN NEBRASKA, AND NORTH CENTRAL NORTH MISSOURI AND SOUTH CENTRAL IOWA WITH HIGHER RISK. IF YOU TRAVEL, STAY ALERT. OTHERWISE TEMPERATURES THIS WEEK WILL BE SEASONALLY WARM – SEASONALLY WARM WITH UPPER 70S AND 80S. 30% CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. SERIOUS THREAT STILL LOW. A LOT OF THIS NEX

Weather forecast for Friday, August 19 afternoon

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