Nebraska wakes up to bitter cold temperatures again this morning.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning for western Nebraska. An advisory remains in effect for the central and eastern portions of the state.
It should be sunny for this last day of 2014 with the highs ranging from 15 to 19. The Weather Service forecasts a clear, but bitterly cold New Year’s Eve in Nebraska. Lows tonight should range from 5 to 9 in eastern and central Nebraska to 5-below to 1-above in western Nebraska.
At 4am Central Standard Time, temperatures throughout the state varied widely.
While Omaha report zero, Lincoln checked in at minus 3.
South Sioux City registered a temperature of 8 below zero. It was minus 7 in Wayne and minus 6 in Grand Island.
North Platte and Valentine recorded 11 below zero this morning. In Chadron, it was minus 17 and, not to be outdone, Scottsbluff recorded the coldest temperature in the state at 26 below zero.