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The strongest storms should roll in after 12AM.lingering through around 7AM as the cold front crosses. This is all thanks to a very strong Canadian high now located to our northwest, but it will track east throughout the day today and will eventually be able to slide that cold air in New England into our neck of the woods.
Temperatures are starting out quite mild this morning and today is going to be another warm day.More news: DefExpo 2018: Govt committed to peace, its people, territory, says PM Modi
Lighter amounts of snow are forecast for the Omaha area, where forecasters expect about an inch of snow to fall. Cool temperatures in the beginning of the week will give way to a warming trend midweek through the end of the work week. Temperatures will dip into the low 60s overnight, with increasing clouds. A second wave of snow will likely drop several more inches from Saturday afternoon through Sunday. North winds could gust as high as 30-35 miles per hour.
That amount of ice plus strong winds gusting more than 40 miles per hour through Saturday are likely to cause widespread power outages and tree damage in the Flint area, Tri Cities and Thumb region.
Keeping with April tradition, rain will likely be cooling things off come Sunday and Monday.More news: King of Kong Villain Billy Mitchell Stripped of Records
After a very chilly start Monday morning in the upper 30s to lower 40s, look for a nice warm-up to near 70 for an afternoon high. And during the same year, the temperature soared to the highest ever recorded in Jersey at 36°C on 9 August.
Spring offers a teasing taste of nice weather and then recedes this weekend, with Saturday being the best day to head outside.More news: Break Up California Into 3 Smaller States, Billionaire Urges