(Neb.)-High Winds Lead To Wind Chill Advisory Throughout Much Of State
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A winter weather advisory in effect for southeast Nebraska will expire by midmorning Wednesday, but a wind chill advisory will remain until Friday.
The National Weather Service says that drastically falling temperatures will accompany the snow that blew into much of eastern Nebraska late Tuesday and into Wednesday.
High temperatures on Wednesday are expect to reach only the mid-20s, while the low overnight in eastern Nebraska are expect to dip to near zero.
Winds gusting up to 30 mph from the north and northwest will send the wind chill into the single digits during the day Wednesday and to possibly 20-below overnight.
On Thursday, high temperatures could remain in the single digits.
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