Cold and gusty New Years, winter storm warning on New Years Day

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Cold and gusty New Years, winter storm warning on New Years Day



thanks to the freezing fog. Starting with a live look from our 72nd camera and low clouds over the crown, the fog is already starting to sink in and as temperatures have cooled this morning I expect these clouds are also dropping, temperatures right now, all below freezing in the teens and twenties. Red oak signaling 30 degrees now with dense fog. Omaha 24 Lincoln 22 at Norfolk 16 see visibility in Omaha aw I called it about half an hour ago now starts to drop five miles now so a light fog but it won’t take much to deposit ice on these surfaces Raised, dense fog with visibility up to a quarter mile or less Fall City, Shenandoah, Red Oak Carol and Creston. So please give yourself that extra time. Here for the next 12 hours it’s going to stay cool today, near freezing, we’re going to hit them around lunchtime, but note that these wind chills mostly stay in teens to lower their twenties while us before this afternoon, the winds accelerate the wind chill and the temperatures drop. So you have a meteorological impact due to our cold wind chills just for tonight, but no more meteorological impact expected tonight. While these winds pick up between 30 and 40 miles per hour. Wind chills dropping down to around 20 to 30 under the snow are expected to arrive as we head early tomorrow morning mainly around 3 to 5 am, becoming sharply between around 9 8 and 9 rather. Winter storm warnings in place tomorrow only six degrees seven below Saturday night with snow moving around seven, but blowing snow is going to remain a problem. from nine o’clock this evening to early Saturday we’ll see those chills on the windshield feeling like 20-30 below seeing possible frostbite in as little as half an hour more prevalent across the region. So everyone is either under a winter storm warning in the pink i.e. for 4-8 inches of snow or a winter weather advisory in the purple 1 to 3 inches of snow possible due to blowing winds, poor visibility and we will be monitoring this throughout all day Saturday. Now your latest snow forecast still has our highest snow totals towards the Kansas and Missouri borders by possible 8-10 inches, folks in Beatrice, pawnee. Richardson, me, Maha Acheson. Not far from Fremont counties, most of us, however, looking at around 4 to 8 inches possible, Lincoln Omaha included further north, 2 to 4 inches. Now again, even after the snow stops falling blowing snow is still going to be a problem with, of course, those blustery winds now heading into the first full week of 2022, temperatures should heat up for another chance. snow showers Wednesday Thursday but this weekend you have to plan ahead, these New Years Eve plans tonight are going to be VERY COLD TO BE VISIBILITY AND THESE CONDITIONS SLICK. THANKS TO FREEZING FOG. BEGINNING WITH A LIVE LOOK FROM OUR 72ND CAMERA. AND LIGHT CLOUDS OVER CROWN POINT FOG IS ALREADY STARTING TO MOVE AS THE TEMPERATURES FALL THIS MORNING. I EXPECT THESE CLOUDS TO FALL AS WELL AS THE TEMPERATURES RIGHT UNDER FREEZING AND TNSEE AND RED 20S. OAK REPORTING, 30 DEGREES NOW WITH A LITTLE DENSE FOG, OMAHA 24, LINCNOL AT 22 AND NORFORK 16 SAYING VISIBILITY AT OMAHA AND CALLING HIM ABOUT HALF AN HOUR. STARTOT IS NOW FALLING TO FIVE MILES SO THE LIGHT FOG BUT IT IS GOING. NOT TAKE A LOT TO DEPOSIT. A FEW EYES ON THE HIGH SURFACES OF TSEHO DENSE, THE FOG, WITH VISIBILITY UP TO A QUARTER OF A LEMI OR LESS OF THE TOWN OF FASLL, SHENANDOAH RED, OAK, CAROLE AND KRISTEN, SO PLEASE GIVE YOURSELF THIS ADDITIONAL TIME HERE FOR THE NEXT 12 HOURS. GO TO KEEP MAXIMUM FRESH TODAY NEAR FREEZING. WE ARE GOING TO RCHEA THOSE NEAR LUNCH TIME, TBU NOTE THAT THESE WIND CHILLS WILL STAY IN MOST TEENS LOW LOW 2 AS WE GO THIS AFTERNOON WINDS INCREASE WIND CHILL AND TEMPERATURES. A NOSE SNAP. THEN YOU HAVE AN IMPACT DUE TO OUR COLD WIND CHILLING, JUST FOR TONIGHT, BUT MORE WEATHER IMPACT EXPECTED TONIGHT AND TONIGHT. WHEN THESE WINDS APPLY BETWEEN 30 TO 40 PER HOUR, A WIND CHILL. UNTIL AUTBO 20 TO 30 IN THE SNOW BEFORE RIARVE AS WE ENTER TT TOMORROW MORNING MAINLY BETWEEN AUTBO 325 AM BECOMING STRONG BETWEEN NENI EIGHT TWO, NINE RATHER WINTER STORM. WARNINGS IN EFFECT TOMORROW HIGH, ONLY 6 DEGREES HIGH, SEVEN BELOW SATURDAY EVENING, SNOW BUILDING NEAR 7:00 AM BUT BLOWING SNOW WILL REMAIN A PROBLEM. SO NOW ON OUR WATCHES, WARNINGS AND NOTICES AT THIS TIME, WIND CHILL ADVISORY BEGINNING AT 9:00 AM TONIGHT UNTIL EARLY SATURDAY. WE WILL SEE THESE WINDSCREEN COOLERS FEELING 20 TO 30 BELOW SAY, POSSIBLE FROSTBITE. AND ALSO A LITTLE HALF AN HOUR MORE THROUGHOUT THE ZONE. THEN EVERYONE IS UNDER A WINTER STORM, WARNING IN THE PINK IT’S FOR FOUR TO EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW OR A WINTER WE ARE WAITING IN THE PURPLE ONE TO THREE INCHES OF SNOW POSSIBLE DUE TO THE WINDS BLOWING MY FULL DAY VISIBILITY THE SATURDAY. NOW YOUR LAST SNOW FORECAST STILL HAS OUR HIGHEST SNOW TOTALS AT THE KANSAS AND MISSOURI BORDERS, POSSIBLE 8-10 INCHES. SINCE YOU BEATRICE, AW PNEE RICHARDSON, NEMAHA ACHESON, NOT FAR FROM FREMONT COUNTIES. MOST OF US THINK US, LOOKING AT ABOUT FOUR TO EIGHT INCHES POSSIBLE. LINCOLN OMAHA INCLUDED, NORTH FTHURER AT 24 INCHES. NOW OE NCAGAIN, EVEN AFTER THE SNOW HAS STOPPED BLOWING SNOW, WILL STILL BE A PROBLEM WITH, WELL, THESE WIND WINDS NOW DURING THE FULL WEEK OF 2022, BUT THIS WEEKEND HAS BEEN TO PLAN IN ADVANCE. THOSE

Cold and gusty New Years, winter storm warning on New Years Day

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