A quick, light dose of precipitation is probably all eastern Nebraska and western Iowa will receive out of the latest weather system that is pushing through the area.
The light rain that brought anywhere from .10 to .20 inches to the Omaha area was expected to turn to sprinkles or drizzle by mid-Tuesday morning. And any precipitation was likely to end by late morning, according to Josh Boustead, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Valley, Neb.
Tuesday was expected to remain cloudy, he said, with a high temperature around 70 degrees.
Conditions should be dry tonight, he said, with a low temperature in the mid-60s.
A spike in temps is on tap for Wednesday: Look for a high around 90 degrees with south winds of 10 to 20 mph, Boustead said. Gusts could reach 25 mph.
A cold front makes it way through the Omaha area Wednesday night, he said, bringing a chance of more precipitation late Wednesday night into most of the day Thursday.
The high temp Thursday is expected to reach 80 degrees.
Highs on Friday and Saturday should be in the 70s, Boustead said, with Sunday's temperature topping out in the 80s.