Wind Chill Warning
A Wind Chill Warning is in place for all of Nebraska through Sunday night, through Monday and into Tuesday morning. Actual temperatures will drop to -15 to -25 degrees and with any wind, that will drop the wind chill to 25 to 40 degrees below zero. It will be dangerous to be outside for a prolonged time.
There will be a few lingering flurries Sunday night into early Monday, but most of us will only see clouds and cold. Lows tonight will drop to around 20 below with a north breeze at 5 to 15 mph. The wind chill will be 30 to 40 degrees below zero.
Monday will be cold. Highs will not get above zero and the wind chill will hover in the 25 to 40 degrees below zero range. The sky will be partly cloudy.
Tuesday is cold again, but a transition day. The high will try for 0, so it’s still going to be cold, but it will be the last brutally cold day for a while.
Wednesday is the beginning of our comeback. Highs will try for the middle teens, so warmer, but still well below average. A few snow showers will be possible early.
Thursday and Friday temperatures continue to moderate. Highs will be in the upper teens on Thursday and into the middle 20s by Friday.
The 30s come back by the weekend!