The National Weather Service has slightly upped the chance for isolated showers and storms this afternoon.
There's also a slight chance for storms Wednesday afternoon and again Saturday night through Tuesday.
This afternoon afternoon and Wednesday's storms, if they occur, are not expected to be severe, according to the weather service.
Today's high is likely to be in the low 80s and winds are expected to be mild.
Omaha's July 4th forecast now includes the likelihood of breezy winds, as warm front moves into the area.
The past week's cool, dry weather has been due to winds out of the north. By Thursday, winds are likely to be from south and gusting to more than 20 mph.
The forecast continues to call for highs on July 4th in the mid 80s and mostly sunny skies. As the weekend arrives and the warm front settles in, temperatures are forecast to rise, said Josh Boustead, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
During the weekend, highs are forecast around 90 degrees. Boustead said humidity is likely to increase, especially late into the weekend, but isn't likely to be a major issue.