Omaha Public Radio News
Tue December 8, 2009
Snow moves out, below zero wind chills move in to metro
By Katie Knapp Schubert
Omaha, NE – A major winter storm that pounded Omaha with heavy snow and strong winds has moved out, but the National Weather Service says wind chill values as low as -25 are expected to move in.
The wind chill in Omaha was -15 at 6 AM. Wind chill values were as low as -25 in areas north and west of the city.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect today due to blowing snow and dangerously cold wind chills.
Road conditions remain hazardous and travel is not advised. You can check road conditions at www.511nebraska.org and www.511ia.org.