Rain moving through the area today and Wednesday should be gone in time for Halloween.
In the meantime, the region could see a good soaking and possibly some severe weather, especially on Wednesday.
Today's showers are forecast to be intermittent, with a lull possible before a more intense round arrives Wednesday.
Here's the National Weather Service forecast for the Omaha metro:
Late this morning through the lunch hour: Showers likely.
This afternoon: Intermittent drizzle.
Today's high: Near 55 degrees.
Total new precipitation today: Minor, less than a 10th of an inch.
Tonight: A 50 percent chance for showers and isolated storms. If a thunderstorm doesn't settle atop the city, then a nominal amount of rain is expected.
Wednesday: Expect showers and possibly thunderstorms in the morning and afternoon. The metro area could receive an inch of rain.
Wednesday night: Showers may continue well past dark.
Halloween: Storms are gone, mostly sunny, temperatures warm into the upper 50s, modest northwest winds.
Southeast Nebaska and southwest Iowa are closer to the areas of the country expected to see the worst of these storms. That corridor could see damaging winds and large hail on Wednesday.