Omaha hasn’t had rain on Thanksgiving in more than 20 years and fresh snow on the holiday in more than 30 years, according to the National Weather Service office in Valley, Neb.
Typically around the holidays, weather service offices compile climate data on holidays past. The Valley office’s compilation for Thanksgiving can be found here.
The high in Omaha this Thanksgiving is forecast in the mid-30s, with the low likely in the teens.
The warmest Thanksgiving in Omaha occurred in 2011, when the high peaked at 73 degrees. The coldest Thanksgiving occurred in 1877, at 2 degrees below zero.
Here’s the climate history for:
Source: National Weather Service