Rusty’s 6 First Alert Forecast - Cold November air continues with some wind and flurries at times
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Chilly morning temps in the 20s and a few teens are what you get out the door early this morning. Unfortunately mostly cloudy skies will make it tough to warm again today with highs only in the mid 30s at best.
Wind gusts from the northwest could get up to 25 mph a few times this afternoon and evening adding a bit more of a bite to the air.
Overnight into Wednesday morning I’m watching for a few areas of flurries and snow showers to move through. Nothing more than a dusting if you see anything though.
It will be a struggle to warm yet again Wednesday afternoon too. Wind chills will likely be a bit colder too with northwest wind gusts up near 30 mph likely.
Thursday brings another round of morning flurries before the wind picks up and the cold stays in place for another day. The coldest air will likely be Friday and Saturday before we see a turn for the warmer.
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