Monday Evening Weather Update; October 26, 2020

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy skies early, becoming clear pre-dawn.  It is going to be cold.  Temperatures will drop to the teens and wind chill values will be as low as the single digits near sunrise.  Lincoln Low Temperature: 14°

TUESDAY:  Sunny and warmer.  Temperatures should rebound to the upper 30°s.  Lincoln High Temperature: 39°


We ended up with a record breaking snow for some Sunday and Monday.  Lincoln officially had 0.4″ of snow Sunday, breaking the previous record of a trace.  That was low hanging fruit for Mother Nature.

Monday ended up dropping 2.5″ in the state capital.  Not quite the record for the date.  That was set in 1997 when 13.2″ of snow fell.

All totaled, Lincoln ended up with 2.9″ of snow.  Many locations in central and eastern Nebraska had higher totals.  Here are the higher totals I could find around the KLKN-TV viewing area.

Lsr Snow Reports

– Chief Meteorologist John Dissauer

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