The cold front is through Omaha now and we'll be dealing with gusty northwest winds overnight dropping temperatures. We'll fall to just above single digits by Wednesday morning.
This cold snap is also short lived with highs will only make it into the mid to upper 20s. There is a chance to see some light snow showers Wednesday afternoon along with this cool down. Most of us will see little to no accumulation (less than an inch), but some parts south of I-80 could see some slight higher totals - 1 to 2 inches.
"Milder" temperatures return toward the end of the week. Thursday looks to get back to near 40° with Friday in the upper 30s.
We will ring in the new year with really cold air. Temperatures are set to drop into the teens for our highs on Saturday, if not colder. High temperatures by the week will be in the teens and 20s. Overnight lows could land in the single digit and subzero range. We're watching another system heading our way that could bring measurable snow to the area on Saturday, too.
Light Snow South
slightly Above Average
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