Get the car washed and the kids out to the park.
Springlike weather is in the forecast for two more days in Omaha before another arctic blast arrives.
Highs today and Saturday are forecast in the low 50s, well above the average of 33 degrees for this time of year.
The cold weather returns Saturday night, so churchgoing folks Sunday morning are likely to face single-digit temperatures. Sunday's high will struggle to reach the midteens, according to the National Weather Service.
By Monday, though, daytime highs are expected to be back in the 20s.
An early forecast for New Year's Eve indicates that temperatures could be in the teens for the 7 p.m. Omaha fireworks show at Gene Leahy Mall and Heartland of America Park.
By midnight, temperatures are expected in the low teens, with wind chills in the low single digits.