Enjoy the game, Husker fans. The drive home from Lincoln could be stormy.
The National Weather Service is forecasting a 70 percent chance for evening thunderstorms in Lincoln. Storms are most likely to develop sometime after 6 or 7 p.m., according to the weather service.
It appears unlikely that the storms will interfere with the game itself. During the game, the weather is forecast to be warm and breezy, with temperatures reaching well into the 70s.
Becky Kern, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said the system is expected to move quickly, so storms that do develop are not expected to stick around.
"The biggest shock to people is going to be the cold on Sunday morning," she said. "They'll be going from basically short sleeves on Saturday to waking up with (wind chills) in the low 20s."
The high on Saturday is forecast to be 76 degrees in Lincoln and Omaha. The Sunday morning low is forecast in the mid-30s, but breezy conditions will make it feel colder.
Sunday is forecast to be chilly, windy, damp and cloudy, with a high in the upper 30s. Sunday night is likely to have lows around 20 degrees.