Sub-Zero Wind Chills Return

Snow for a few cities
Posted at 4:47 AM, Jan 04, 2022

Wednesday morning will feature temperatures in the single digits.

It stays windy Wednesday afternoon as the cold air keeps blowing in. Highs will only be in the teens, but the wind will make it feel like we're below zero all day. We start the day with a lot of sunshine, but clouds move in during the second half of the day ahead of our next chance for snow.

The snow arrives late Wednesday night, and likely stays south and west of Omaha. Snow totals will be small, only 0-1 inch, but it could cause a few slick spots for the Thursday morning commute. Low visibility is also possible as the snow falls in the wind.

The rest of Thursday brings a mix of sun and clouds, but it will be even colder! We stay breezy with highs in the single digits.

Then we warm up into the weekend as the stronger winds shift back out of the south. We'll push into the low 20s Friday, followed by low 40s on Saturday.

Another cold front moves in to drop temperatures back down into the 20s for Sunday.

Increasing Clouds
High: 14

Partly Cloudy
Very Cold
Low: -1

Partly Cloudy
AM Snow South
High: 8

Partly Cloudy
High: 22

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