Good Monday morning!
Got rain? Let me answer that from here... yes you do. 🙂
Here's a look at the morning radar look at 4:30 am Lincoln time
Radar estimated rainfall amounts
Here's the word about today from the Omaha NWS office:
QuoteLingering convection is expected to move out of western Iowa by early this afternoon, with most of eastern Nebraska remaining fairly dry during the day. Additional convection this evening and overnight will be highly dependent on where a frontal boundary settles after this morning`s storms and if we are able to really break through the capping inversion across the area. Models are starting to come into agreement in firing storms across the southern half of the forecast area Monday evening and overnight, although the latest NAM pushes the boundary further south, into Kansas and Missouri. Much of the forecast area remains in a Slight Risk for severe storms today, which seems reasonable given the potential for modest instability and shear profiles.
So after the rain is over later this morning, it should be a fairly nice day at the airport.
Have a great day and a safe ride home!!! 🙂