Winter storm winding down


As of early evening Monday, SE Nebraska has seen significant rain. This would have been a very impressive snow event, had it been just cold enough. Instead, we saw almost a quarter of an inch of rain in Lincoln. There is still a chance for lingering rain/freezing rain/snow showers, but accumulating snow is looking relatively unlikely.

Ice Probability Manual

Light freezing rain and freezing drizzle will continue to be possible through the evening hours. It will taper off by morning.

Snow Probability Tonight Manual

Colder air will push in tonight for Lincoln so any moisture that falls will eventually fall as snow. Accumulations will remain light.

Tonight Low Dma

Overnight lows will drop into the lower and middle 20s, so rain that fell earlier will freeze up in spots. Untreated surfaces may become slick.


Winter Storm Warnings continue for much of the state through Thursday morning. Winter Weather Advisories are in place for SE Nebraska, as well.

Chief Meteorologist Rusty Dawkins 
Twitter: RustyWx 
Facebook: RustyWx 
YouTube: RustyWx 

Categories: Channel 8 Eyewitness News Weather, Forecast