Winter is here to stay for the foreseeable future

Winter has finally arrived in full force. Temperatures are starting off in the teens on Friday, with single-digit and subzero wind chills depending on where you are. It will continue to remain cold for the rest of the day on Veteran’s Day. Temperatures will eventually rise into the 30s by afternoon.

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In true Nebraska fashion, we’re stuck in the middle-30s for highs on Friday afternoon after being in the upper-70s only two days ago. We’re forecasting a high of 35° in Lincoln.

Friday Forecast

There will still be a wind chill factor on Friday afternoon. Despite air temperatures being in the 30s, we’ll see afternoon wind chills in the 20s. For Friday night, wind chills will dip back into the single-digit territory once again.

Wind Chill Forecast

While wind speeds should relax a bit for Saturday, it will still be a chilly afternoon. For that matter, it remains cold/chilly at least the next 10 days. Highs don’t appear to get out of the 30s and 40s for the foreseeable future.

Meteorologist Malcolm Byron

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