We love him. He's passionate about his profession. But Frankie the Canadian weather guy got this one wrong, it appears.
Unless the earth gets tipped off its orbital pattern, there will not be a major snowstorm tomorrow, Dec. 7.
Last week, Frankie predicted "a massive blizzard" for Nebraska on Wednesday. Frankie said the storm would bring up to 12 inches of blowing and drifting snow -- "especially in Omaha and Lincoln."
Now the experts say there's a 50% chance of only "a couple of flurries in the morning."
While there won't be much snow tomorrow, there will be some very cold temperatures.
According to media reports, there'll be a second surge of cold air, an arctic cold front, that will roll in Wednesday morning. Wednesday afternoon highs are expected to stay in the low to mid-20s, followed by overnight lows dipping into the single digits and teens for both Thursday and Friday, which are forecast to be dry, with highs in the low to mid-20s.
High temperatures are expected to rise into the 30s by the weekend.