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Wednesday, August 28


NorthGeorgiaWX

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Good morning!

Well... the ProSolo is looking damp and cool, but things are looking for the first part of next week.

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Friday
Increasing rain chances through the day on Friday as another upper
level shortwave moves out of the Central Rockies. Instability
should be limited Friday behind Thursdays frontal passage. This
should reduce the thunder potential, and make this mostly a rain
situation. With the clouds and rain around, high temperatures
will likely top out in the mid/lower 70s.

Saturday
Rain and isolated thunderstorm should linger through the day on
Saturday. This will make for a rather dreary and cool day, with
plenty of clouds, and high temps in the lower 70s. The kind of
day where you just want to chill on the couch.
Rain chances
decrease Saturday night as the upper level trough axis shifts east
and subsidence takes over. Confidence in the forecast for
Saturday is moderate.

Early Next Week
Increased upper level ridging remains in play for early next
week, with all the global models favoring some form of upper level
ridge over the Central/Southern Plains by Tuesday. This should
generally promote a warming trend and drier weather through
Tuesday
. Confidence in this trend is low to moderate.

 

Official NWS Forecast for Lincoln
http://www.daculaweather.com/4_track_lincoln.php

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NWS Omaha Outlook

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Meteogramm showing the hour by hour forecast

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WPC Rainfall Forecast 

24 hour period - 8 pm Thursday through 8 pm Friday
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24 hour period - 8 pm Friday through 8 pm Saturday
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Drive safe!

 

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