Snow, Bitter Cold Return To Metro

It's the winter that seemingly won't quit. One week after a blizzard slammed the metro area, more snow fell Saturday afternoon and reduced visibility, covered the streets and led to a series of new crashes.

Travel conditions deteriorated rapidly to our west Saturday morning and frigid air is on its way. Omaha Police went on Accident Alert around 2:00 Saturday afternoon. Drivers involved in a minor, property damage accidents are asked to exchange information.

WOWT says the light snow in the metro Saturday afternoon and evening will set the stage for another round of frigid temperatures. The Omaha Metro area is looking for anywhere from a trace to 2 inches of snow before the cold takes over.

A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect from midnight tonight through noon Sunday. An Advisory will likely have to be issued for Sunday night into Monday morning as well. Wind chills in the metro could drop as low as -25° Sunday morning, with actual high temperatures just topping out in the single digits.

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