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Brrr….

If you were cold Monday morning, that’s because the wind chill factor was below zero.

The temperature started to crash as daylight started to fade Sunday. From 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. The wind chill index crashed from 44 degrees to 14 degrees, according to the National Weather Service station at the North Platte Regional Airport.

During the same time, the north wind increased from 14 miles an hour to gusts up to 38 mph. The air temperature bottomed at 5 degrees at 8 a.m. Coupled with a 10 mph north wind, the wind chill dipped to -2 degrees.

The weather stayed chilly throughout the day, with the high around 30 degrees. But that should be the end of the cold snap for now.

Overnight Tuesday, the low will be 20 degrees, with the high Tuesday around 50 degrees, and then climbing into the 70s at times on Thursday-Sunday.


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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 3/13/2017
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