Scattered snow flurries 2/11/2021
Mostly clear skies this morning have allowed temperatures to drop back below zero this morning for some. Current temperatures range from -5 to 5 degrees across southeast Nebraska, with wind chill values down to -15 degrees. Some of you could see high temperatures back in the low teens today, while others will be stuck in the single digits. Clouds will gradually increase as we head into the afternoon and evening with a few isolated snow bands possibly pushing through. Our best chance for accumulating snow though continues to be Friday night into Saturday. As of this morning, it looks like we could see 3-5” during that time. The coldest of the arctic air arrives this weekend with highs both days in the low single digits.
- TODAY: Increasing clouds with scattered snow flurries and highs in the low teens. HIGH: 10
- FRIDAY: Scattered snow showers throughout the day with highs in the single digits. Accumulation likely. HIGH: 4
- SATURDAY: Early morning snow, and then we dry out for the rest of the weekend. HIGH: 5
- SUNDAY: Bitter cold high temperatures! Most of southeast Nebraska will hover around 0 degrees. HIGH: 1
- MONDAY: Coldest day we have seen in a long time. HIGH: 0
Meteorologist Brittany Foster