Red Willow Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 3:58 PM MST on December 28, 2014

...Cold and snow are expected the first part of the work week...

Bitterly cold temperatures are expected Monday night through Wednesday as an Arctic airmass spreads across the Central High plains region. Temperatures will drop from the teens on Monday into the single digits below zero by early Tuesday morning. High temperatures are expected to reach only the single digits above zero on Tuesday before plummeting into the single digits to teens below zero by early Wednesday morning.

Wind chill values of 15 to 25 degrees below zero...or colder...are expected early Tuesday morning and again early Wednesday morning.

Light snow is also expected to spread across the tri-state forecast area beginning early Monday morning and continuing through late Tuesday. Between one and three inches of total snow accumulation is possible across southwest Nebraska and northwest Kansas...while around 4 inches of snow is possible over eastern Colorado.

Continue to monitor forecasts for the latest on these developing winter weather conditions.

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