Weather Alert Day: Chance of snow remains until Thursday due to windy conditions.

LINCOLN, Nebraska (Nebraska) – A winter storm system will sweep through the southern half of the 1011 region Wednesday through Thursday morning, resulting in snow accumulation in the area. Winter storm warnings and winter weather updates will continue through Thursday depending on location.

Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories for areas along and south of the I-80 corridor will be issued Thursday morning through Thursday evening, depending on location. When all is said and done, potential snowfall is likely to be limited to areas along and south of the I-80 corridor, with the bulk of the snowfall expected along the southern boundary. In areas along and north of the I-80 corridor, the chance of snowfall will abruptly end.

Winter storm warnings and winter weather reports will continue until Thursday. (Nebraska) Snowfall possible Wednesday through Thursday. (Nebraska)

Most of the snowfall in the southern tier of region 1011 will fall during the night hours, from Wednesday evening to Thursday morning. The strip of snow will move east during the night and linger in southeast Nebraska by sunrise. Windy weather is expected at night, the wind will increase to 15-25 m/s with gusts up to 35-40 m/s. Therefore, a local blizzard is possible during the night.

Snow will continue to fall along and south of the I-80 corridor during the night hours. Snow will move east and begin to narrow by dawn on Thursday morning. (Nebraska)

From Thursday morning until noon, lingering snow or a blizzard is possible, but closer to noon the sky will dry up and clear up. Therefore, mostly sunny and variable clouds are possible by the afternoon. In general, cloud cover will decrease during the day. The day will be windy, wind 15-20 m/s, gusts up to 30 m/s in some places. At the same time, in the southern part of the state, a snowstorm is possible in some places during the day.

Light sleet and hurricanes are possible from morning until noon as the system extends beyond the area. (Nebraska)

In terms of temperature, the expected snow cover on the ground will make cool conditions even cooler over the next few days.

Low temperatures on Thursday morning will be cool for teenagers, but with winds of 15 to 20 mph and gusts up to 35 mph, it will be much colder due to the cold wind. Wind chill values ​​will be from 5 below to single digits. As mentioned above, windy weather conditions can also cause blizzards and drifts on roads and create limited visibility in areas along and south of I-80.

Thursday Morning Lows (Nebraska)

Highs will be well below the state average by Thursday afternoon… 20 to 30. Highs will be coldest in the southeast and along the southern border where we’ll see snow on the ground. It will also be a windy day; The wind will increase to 10-20 m/s with gusts up to 30 m/s.

Thursday High Temperatures (Nebraska)

Skies will be mostly clear with light winds as we start Thursday night, causing temperatures to drop into the single digits into the teens. Cold winds can be 5 to 10 degrees below zero, even with light winds around 5 miles per hour.

Friday Morning Lows (Nebraska)

By Friday, the weather will calm down. The sky will be mostly sunny, light wind will blow from 5 to 15 m/s with gusts up to 25 m/s. High temperatures will be warmer than Thursday and will span between 30 and 40 degrees. Temperatures will be lowest in the southeast, where snow is expected on Wednesday evening and Thursday.

Friday High Temperatures (Nebraska)

Temperatures will rise over the weekend and into the new week, with mostly partly cloudy skies. The next Tuesday and Wednesday may be rainy and cold up to 30 degrees.

7 Day Forecast (Nebraska)

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