Updated Forecast: Saturday, January 23

Several rounds of snow arrive in the next 4 days

SATURDAY: South central and southeastern Nebraska will remain in a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY until 2AM.  Following this afternoon’s snow showers, precipitation will develop into freezing drizzle/mist overnight, delivering up to .05″ of ice to roadways and exposed surfaces. Drivers are urged to proceed with caution as visibility is poor and roads will become slick. Temperatures will drop into the mid 20s.

SUNDAY: Any lingering snow flurries will dissipate by morning, leaving us with dry conditions throughout the day and temperatures rising into the mid 30s. Freezing rain and snow will develop in the overnight hours with temperatures falling into the low 20s.

MONDAY: A major storm system arrives early Monday morning, placing southeastern Nebraska in a WINTER STORM WATCH from 6AM Monday until 6AM Tuesday. Although high winds are not expected, heavy snow bands are anticipated with the potential of delivering 4-10″ of heavy, wet snow to the area. Travel conditions throughout the day and into the evening will be poor.

TUESDAY: A secondary storm system arrives Tuesday morning, delivering 1-2″ of snow throughout the day.

Sam Wilson


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