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Sunday, August 25



Good afternoon to everyone!

Here's the first look at the forecast for the ProSolo, as we're now in the range of the actual National Weather Service forecast, and this is what it looks like.



Lo and behold... below normal temps and a chance for rain. Who woulda thought? 😜

Here are the thoughts from the Omaha NWS office.


Latest medium-range guidance is consistent in suggesting the
development of a rather intense deep-layer cyclone over central
Canada this week with an attending mid-level trough enveloping the
north-central and northeast states
. The effects of that trough
will be reflected by continued below-normal temperatures into mid
week. It appears that Thursday could be the warmest day (i.e.
highs in the lower to mid 80s) ahead of another cold front moving
into the area. Dry conditions are forecast Tuesday through
Thursday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms along and
behind the front from Thursday night into Saturday.


Friday is looking a little wet and this is what the Weather Prediction Center 6 hour rainfall looks like for roughly 8 am through 2 pm. 1030291364_wpc-nebraska-precip_6hr_inch-7188000-8-2sat.thumb.png.d7e4c02c5f3d0404dfef2f95c15b308b.png


Saturday is not much better as a frontal boundary hangs out over the area. As well get a little closer in time, we'll have a little better idea of the details.




That's about it for today, we still need a couple more days to see how things are going to play out for Friday and Saturday. Next week is still on track for cooler than normal with some showers around, but we'll wait on that. 

Hope everyone has a great Sunday!


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