Warm weather should last through the end of the month and into October.
That's according to Ed Shimon at the National Weather Service in Lincoln. On the WHOW Morning Show Wednesday, he told Regional Radio News a brief cool down Wednesday will be followed by warm and humid conditions heading into the weekend.
Ahead through the rest of September and into October, Shimon says things will stay warm and in fact, ground temperatures are going to remain warm which should help transition to the harvest season.
According to Shimon, the three-month outlooks are predicting warmer than average temperatures and October is looking at equal chances of average rainfall.
Like last year, we could start to see what a typical winter looks like later than normal but Shimon says the La Nina weather pattern developing is going to make things wet.