Record Cold now measurable snow?

Winters LAST Gasp??

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After a record low this AM of 16 degrees, now we have the chance of measurable snow on Thursday!!  Here’s how it’s looking this morning.  An area of low pressure will be riding out of the rockies. As it does there will be a narrow band of frontogenical forcing aloft which will produce a narrow band of moderate to heavy snow.  The million dollar question is WHERE.  There are a few models that have this JUST north of Lincoln and a few that have it along the KS border.  This band of heavier snow will only be around 25 to 50 miles wide so pinpointing where will be a challenge but it WILL set up likely between the Platte river and KS border.

Stay tuned to the latest forecast midday with Liz and I’ll have the latest model runs tonight at 5,6 and 10


Chief Meteorologist,

Dean Wysocki


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