The last few days have been on repeat, with showers and storms slicing from the Ohio Valley and south through the central Plains. When this pattern set up, it did so just to the southeast of Lincoln, so after the first round of showers on Friday morning, it got significantly cooler as Mother’s Day weekend approached. Ahead of that, however, we had our forecast period in Lincoln, and it was warm and mostly sunny, without a drop until after the forecast period was over. The mid 80s in mid-May, especially after a long winter and a head of a return to some chillier air was certainly a welcome turn of events. Forecast.io snuck in and won the day.
Actuals: Wednesday – High 86, Low 57
Thursday – High 86, Low 55