**Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for Nemaha, Brown, Jackson, and Jefferson counties until 6 am.**
We’re continuing to track the potential for strong to severe thunderstorms for tonight. However, most places will stay dry tonight. Main threats out of any severe storms will be possibly damaging wind and hail. The time table for some thunderstorms has been pushed back to spill over into the first couple of hours of Monday. However, that storm chance will be long gone by sunrise. Otherwise, we’ll be dry tonight with some passing clouds, to go along with overnight lows near 50.
A passing cold front is one of the driving forces for the potential of storm development this evening, but it will leave cooler temperatures and westerly winds in its’ wake. Sunshine returns for tomorrow, but most areas will only get as warm as the upper 60s. Breezy conditions stick around for tomorrow, as well. However, instead of strong southerly winds, these winds will be out of the west at about 10 to 20 mph.
Sunny skies and 60s continue on into Tuesday, before our weather once again turns unsettled. The remainder of the week will see temperatures return to the 70s, but that goes along with numerous chances of showers and storms.