Many roads across the state covered in snow, travel not advised

Most roads across the state are almost completely covered in snow making travel dangerous.

Many of the states roads are completely covered in snow as indicated by the pink lines. 

The blue lines, shown the Kearney and Grand Island area, are partially covered with snow.

Roads near Lincoln are wet, as shown by the green lines, or snow covered.   Roads aren’t horrible in city limits but blowing snow and icy patches could make driving difficult, especially on the Interstate. 

If you’re going to be traveling today I-80 at Superior Street shows the interstate almost completely covered in snow. 

Just outside of Gretna traffic cameras show the interstate cleared of snow, but roads are still wet and can be slick. 

Between Gretna and Omaha, four to six inches of snow has fallen.

Near Nebraska City roads have been cleared of snow but are still wet and drivers are encouraged to use caution when traveling. 

In Seward I-80 is completely covered with snow making travel dangerous.

Officials are recommending people stay off the roads while city and state plows clear roads. If you must travel exercise extreme caution as the rain that came before the snow has created slick spots on roadways. 

For the latest travel conditions check NE 511 or click here.

 

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