Get out your golf clubs. Aside from the potential for light showers this morning, expect another warm, dry week in the Omaha metro.
Van DeWald, meteorologist at the National Weather Service's office in Valley, Neb., said areas of western Iowa are currently seeing some rainfall, and places west of Omaha, such as Norfolk and Lincoln, could see showers and thunderstorms this evening. But DeWald said the threat of severe weather is not in the cards.
Tonight, the Omaha metro's likely to stay dry, DeWald said, with highs in the 90s. Tomorrow, DeWald forecast highs in the mid-80s and, once again, the potential for storms to Omaha's west. Omaha, and the U.S. Senior Open golfers, are likely to stay dry.
Moving into next week, expect dry conditions and highs in the upper-80s on Monday and lower-90s Tuesday through Thursday, DeWald said.
But it's not all sunshine. A cold front's likely to move south into the Omaha area next weekend, bringing the threat of showers and thunderstorms Friday evening into Saturday, DeWald said. He said it's too early to tell if that weather could prove severe.