National Weather Service Warns of Frigid Wind Chills Throughout Eastern Nebraska

OMAHA – Residents in eastern Nebraska should expect bleak wind chills throughout the day Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday.

The National Weather Service in Omaha/Valley says that the entire eastern part of the state, from Falls City, through Columbus and Norfolk, and up to South Sioux City, should expect wind chills in the single digits above and below zero later Tuesday and into the night.

This includes Richardson, Jefferson, Otoe, Gage, Cass, Nemaha, Johnson, Pawnee, Butler, Dodge, Colfax, Platte, Stanton, Madison, Boone, Wayne, Cuming, Pierce, Antelope, Thurston, Cedar and Knox County in Nebraska.

It also includes southwest and west central Iowa.

The NWS warns wind chills could get as low as 15 below zero. Light snow is also possible on Wednesday afternoon, with the most accumulation likely occuring in southeast Nebraska.

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