Wind chill advisory in effect until noon Tuesday

The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for Johnson County, in effect until noon today. As a new winter storm moves across the central plains this morning, temperatures are expected to drop to zero by mid-morning and the wind chill could get as low as 15-25 degrees below zero, according to the advisory. Strong winds of 10-20 mph are expected and another round of light snow is possible. The NWS warns that these extremely cold temperatures could lead to frostbite or hypothermia for those exposed for prolonged periods of time. Temperatures are expected to remain near or below zero for the remainder of the week.


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