Dangerous cold, light snow ahead in Omaha

OMAHA, Nebraska – In Omaha, the temperatures are dangerously cold and there is some light snow ahead of you.

The National Weather Service issued a Wind Chill Advisory from midnight to noon on Saturday.

They say that the wind chill makes the temperature feel 15 to 20 degrees below you.

Light snow could start later in the afternoon and last until morning.

Omaha could see anywhere between two and four inches.

Lincoln could see between two and three inches.

It was one of the snowiest seasons in Lincoln that winter.

They say roads will be covered in snow and will likely disrupt evening commutes.

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