Bitter cold returned to Nebraska overnight, with a bit of snow.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind child advisory for this morning for the entire state.
The forecast for today calls for partly cloudy conditions and very cold temperatures with highs in the eastern and central portions of the state ranging from four above to 10. Western Nebraska should experience temperatures hovering between eight and 16 degrees above zero.
There is a slight chance for snow flurries tonight with the lows dipping down to four below zero.
The weather service expects temperatures to warm to the start the first full work week of the New Year with highs between 16 and 20 above zero in the east, 19 to 25 in central Nebraska, with the possibility of the high hitting 40 degrees in western Nebraska.