Light snow accumulations southeast, but cold weather lingers

While we’ve seen flurries flying within Lincoln Monday afternoon, not much is to come from this round for us. However, some areas off to our north did see 1″ or more of snowfall where some of the snow bands from the morning stayed for a while.

Heading into Monday night, another snow band will develop and linger over southeastern Nebraska, namely Pawnee, Richardson and Nemaha counties with the best chance to see 1″ of snow.

Jessica Stormcast

As the system moves on, we are left with mostly cloudy skies in its wake Monday evening. Temperatures will not fall off that far as we experience lows in the lower 20s. Winds will remain light out of the north for some time to come, contributing to the cold weather that sticks around longer than the flurries.

Skycast Tonight

Temperatures the rest of this week remain well below normal for some time. Again, averages for this time of the year are usually in the lower 50s, but we will not see the 40s again until the week of Thanksgiving. Warmer weather finally looks to come back to town in time for the holiday.

Jess 7 Day Temp Line Graph

And Thanksgiving has made it onto the 10-day forecast! Warmer weather finally looks to come back to town in time for the holiday.

Meteorologist Jessica Blum

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