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Winter storm watch posted for Lincoln

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A winter storm watch has been posted by the National Weather Service starting Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon.   Light snow will spread through southeast Nebraska Saturday afternoon and become heavier late in the afternoon and into Saturday night.  The snow should decrease to flurries by Sunday afternoon

Channel 8 Eyewitness News Meteorologists say two to four inches of snow is expected in Lincoln and heavier amounts, four to six inches, near the Kansas border. 

Watch Channel 8 Eyewitness News for the latest weather developments. 

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