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More Snow Ahead Later This Week

Arctic cold hits this weekend
Posted at 7:49 AM, Jan 09, 2024

We the exception of a few flurries, the snow is over for the day! Strong winds will slowly weaken through the afternoon, but don't really lighten up until late tonight. This will continue to blow the snow around and cause drifting. The wind has also blown in colder weather, dropping us into the low 20s for the second half of the day. Parts of eastern Nebraska should squeeze out some sunshine, but clouds will be more stubborn in western Iowa.

Overnight, we briefly drop into the upper single digits, but we should start to warm some into the morning commute.

Wednesday will be a little "warmer" with upper 20s, and the wind won't be as strong. A quick batch of scattered snow will move through from the late morning to the early afternoon, but it won't be for everyone. Any new accumulation would stay under an inch where the snow falls.

It gets breezy again Thursday as even colder weather blows in! Highs will be in the teens with mostly cloudy skies. Late Thursday and into Friday morning, another round of snow is expected, which could bring a few more inches of snow across the region. This will impact the Friday morning commute.

Friday afternoon will be drier, but we will barely warm into the double digits. It will also be breezy, keeping the wind chill in the single digits.

It stays breezy Saturday as even colder weather keeps blowing in. The days starts below zero, and we only warm into the single digits in the afternoon.

Sunday looks like the worst of the arctic cold. We may never make it above zero all day.

We stay very cold Monday with a high near 0 and a little sunshine.

TUESDAY
Clearing Skies West
Windy
Afternoon: 22

TUESDAY NIGHT
Mostly Cloudy
Windy Early
Low: 9

WEDNESDAY
Mostly Cloudy
Hit and Miss Snow
High: 29

THURSDAY
Snow Late
Breezy
High: 16

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