Prolonged Cold Across The Nebraska Panhandle and Southeast Wyoming

• Hazardous travel conditions likely west of an arctic front in our wind prone areas of southeast Wyoming tonight. High Wind Warning for 65 MPH gusts in effect. Additionally extensions for high wind warnings may arrive soon.
• Very cold temperatures east of the front across the Nebraska Panhandle.
Wind Chill Advisories from 11 PM tonight through 9 AM Tuesday morning.

• The combination of cold temperatures and gusty winds will drop morning
wind chill values across the region. Areas in southcentral to southeastern
Wyoming and the western Nebraska Panhandle will receive 20 below zero
wind chill values!
• Limit your outdoor exposure! Bring furry friends inside and carry an
emergency kit in your vehicle in case of an emergency which may include
blankets, extra food and water.
• Wear warm layers. Be sure to grab a hat! 40% of body heat is lost from the head.

Hazards: (For Moderate to Extreme Areas Above) Wind chills will range
from single digits below zero to double digits below zero.

Timing & Duration: Starting Tuesday Morning into Friday Morning

Impacts: Be sure to care for livestock appropriately. Know your livestock’s
conditions and seek additional information about cold stress for the selected livestock. Info: https://www.weather.gov/cys/newbornlivestock

Hazards: Extremely cold wind chills for most of southeastern Wyoming and the western Nebraska Panhandle Friday morning

Timing & Duration: Starting 11 PM Wednesday into 11 AM Thursday Morning

Impacts: Avoid long periods outdoors due to risk of frostbite. Wear warm
layers. Be sure to grab a hat! 40% of body heat is lost from the head.

Hazards: Extremely cold wind chills for most of southeastern Wyoming and the western Nebraska Panhandle Friday morning

Timing & Duration: Starting 11 PM Thursday into 11 AM Friday Morning

Impacts: Avoid long periods outdoors due to risk of frostbite. Wear warm
layers. Be sure to grab a hat! 40% of body heat is lost from the head.

Find out more information on our web page: www.weather.gov/cys/

Related posts