Lincoln Weather Update: Sunday Evening, October 25th

Snow finally arriving in Lincoln and southeast Nebraska this evening. Our best chance to see accumulating snow will be overnight into early Monday morning. Potential snowfall numbers have diminished a bit, with an expected 1-3″ in Lincoln when all is said and done. Travel may be impacted this evening and Monday morning. Roads will be slick, so give yourself extra drive-time in the morning.

Behind this snow system, a very cold air mass settles in and brings near record cold for the next several days. Lows tonight will fall around 20 degrees.

Record cold temperatures continue throughout Monday. Highs in the upper 20s with a north wind at 10-20 mph with have it feeling like the teens most of the day. Hats, gloves and warm winter jackets will be needed for the beginning of this week! Lows drop into the low teens by Tuesday morning, making for another frigid morning.

Record Cold:

Monday morning: 20°   Record: 19°
Monday afternoon: 27° Record: 31°
Tuesday morning: 12°   Record: 8°
Tuesday afternoon: 36° Record: 36°

Mainly sunny skies should return for much of the week with temperatures gradually warming. Near-normal highs near 60 expected by Halloween.

Liz Whalley


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