Our brush with winter continues

Upon stepping outside on Tuesday, you’ll quickly realize that our brush with winter will carry on. Temperatures started in the teens to low-20s across the area on Tuesday morning, and the chilly air will remain during the day.

We’re forecasting high temperatures in the middle and upper-40s in and around Lincoln. This pattern will be accompanied by mainly sunny skies once again. Winds should be less breezy on Tuesday, out of the north at 5-15 mph.

Tuesday Forecast

Although it won’t be too windy, there will be enough wind to cause a wind chill throughout the day. Wind chills remain below freezing for much of the morning, and should remain in the 30s for most of the afternoon.

Wind Chill Forecast

We do have one more night of bitter cold to get through, however. Lows in the teens to low-20s are going to be possible once again on Wednesday morning. However, we will start to warm back up on Wednesday afternoon. That warming trend continues into the weekend, with 80s in the forecast by the weekend.

Temperatures - Looking Ahead

Meteorologist Malcolm Byron

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