Cold, rainy, windy.
The weather this evening will test the resolve of Omaha area runners planning a show of support for Boston.
The charity run, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Zorinsky Lake, is still on despite the forecast, said one of the organizers, Mike Ewoldt.
"This is a show of support," he said. "We'll run, rain or shine, as long as it's not lightning."
Runners are to meet at the park's 156th and F Streets entrance, which is the entrance with the boat docks, he said.
Rick Chermok, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said runners are likely to encounter rain.
"It's not going to be pleasant," he said.
The temperature in Omaha at 6:30 p.m., is forecast to be about 39 degrees but feel like the mid-20s because of the wind, he said. It's possible a little sleet or snow will mix in with the rain, he said. However, the likelihood of lightning in the Omaha area is diminishing as atmospheric instability shifts farther south.
Tuesday morning's commute will be a bit raw, too, he said. Temperatures are forecast to bottom out around 30 degrees and then during the day top out at 40 degrees. Tuesday night could bring a hard freeze before a gradual warmup gets underway Wednesday.