Forecast for Thursday: Tamblyn temperatures… including strong cold winds…

LINCOLN, Nebraska (Nebraska) — Our latest winter storm will bring various hazardous weather conditions to the region…

WINTER STORM WARNINGS and WINTER WEATHER ADVICE cover most of Nebraska from Wednesday evening to Thursday afternoon. Areas of light freezing rain and freezing drizzle will combine with snow patches to create dangerous driving conditions in most 10-11 countries. The frozen precipitation will also be accompanied by very low temperatures and strong gusty winds… leading to dangerous cold winds. WIND COLD WARNINGS and WIND COLD ADVICE are also in effect for much of the region until Thursday noon. Wind chill readings will range from -15° to -40°… with the coldest numbers expected in the northern and western portions of the state. Significant amounts of snow are also expected … especially in northern and far western Nebraska … the combination of snow and high winds makes travel difficult or dangerous for many. The snow is expected to melt by Thursday morning. Most of Thursday should be dry… but it will be windy and very cold. Another light snowfall is possible late Thursday evening and Friday afternoon as a much weaker disturbance crosses the coverage area. Better weather conditions are expected over the weekend as temperatures warm up again… but another low pressure system will give us a chance for rain and even thunderstorms by the time we get to Sunday afternoon and evening. This disturbance is more like rain than snow… by Monday morning the rain will stop. Seasonal temperatures should persist for most of next week.

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