Light rain/drizzle Wednesday, snow potential Thursday
Cooler than average air is here and it’s going to stick around through the first part of next week. We’ll eventually get back to around average for highs (lower 50s) by the middle of next week.
Precipitation chances are out there the next couple of days, then again on Saturday. Most of next week looks dry.
There is a Winter Weather Advisory through noon Wednesday for north central Nebraska.
Light freezing drizzle will make travel difficult on untreated roads.
Aside from the freezing drizzle potential early Wednesday, light rain and light snow will be spreading across the state from south to north during the day.
Temperatures will be warm enough on Wednesday that most of us should just see liquid precipitation, but a few flakes may mix in at times.
Then, a Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect for Thursday. This time it’s for a snowfall potential.
Snow will be around northern Nebraska for much of Thursday. A rain snow mix will be possible further south and east.
The best chance for accumulating snow will be in north central and northeast Nebraska.
The amounts taper off the further south you go where more rain is likely than snow.
Chief Meteorologist Rusty Dawkins