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Mild and dry weather with breezy winds is expected in Omaha on Sunday, according to meteorologist Caitlin Harvey.

Although the day is starting off cold, temperatures are expected to warm up in the afternoon with the help of southerly winds and abundant sunshine.

However, the same winds also create a high risk of fire danger, especially in areas with low relative humidity and dry fuels, so outdoor burning is strongly discouraged.

A red flag warning is in effect for parts of western Iowa, where critical fire danger is expected from 1pm until 9pm.

The clear skies across eastern Nebraska and western Iowa are expected to persist throughout the day.

The storm predictor model shows that the weather will remain dry and partly cloudy for most of the week, with a chance of showers overnight Monday into Tuesday.

Despite the chance of showers, temperatures are expected to remain consistent, and Tuesday’s weather is only expected to be impacted by the possibility of rain.

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