The more typical winter weather you would expect in the Holiday Week between Christmas and New Year's moves in.
WOWT 6 News Senior Chief Meteorologist Rusty Lord says colder temps move in Tuesday afternoon on the wings of northwest wind gusts that will push temps down to near 20 degrees by the end of the day as they gust to near 30 mph.
He says that means wind chills will likely be in the single digits.
Rusty says Wednesday highs likely will not get any higher than the mid 20's.
There is also the threat of a little light snow during the middle of Wednesday as well, with less than 1″ expected.
Snow is expected during the morning and early afternoon on New Year's Day, with gusty winds making it feel even colder.
(Picture from Getty Images and Omaha National Weather Service)