Light snow possible Sunday afternoon, bigger travel impacts west

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Light snow possible Sunday afternoon, bigger travel impacts west


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IT IS FINE. GETTING AROUND THE OMAHA METRO. A DIFFERENT STORY IF YOU ARE HEADING ON I-80 HEADING WEST OR TRAVEL THROUGH THE SNOW. THEY SICKLY FROM GRAND ISLAND ALL THE WAY NORTH PLATTE. YOU CAN SEE ALONG THE I-80 CORRIDOR WE HAVE SNOW AND GUSTY WIND AT 30 MILES PER HOUR. EVENTUALLY THIS WILL PIT IT NORTH AND EAST AS LOW MOVES AWAY FROM US LATER TODAY. BIGGER IMPACTS IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA, WINTER STORM WARNINGS IN EFFECT, WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR NORFORK, COLUMBUS, YORK, THROUGH TONIGHT. WITH THE SNOW, THIS IS OVERDOING IT A LITTLE BIT. THE SNOW IS WEST OF NORFOLK RIGHT NOW, BUT A BETTER CHANCE LATER ON THIS MORNING. STILL, WEST OF THE OMAHA METRO THROUGH THE MORNING INTO THE EARLY AFTERNOON. AFTER 3:00, WE COULD SEE LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS MOVE INTO THE OMAHA. SCATTERED ON AND OFF SNOW THROUGH THE EVENING. NIGHTTIME HOURS AND INTO MONDAY MORNING, NOT A WHOLE LOT OF ACCUMULATION IN THE OMAHA METRO. UP TO AN INCHES POSSIBLE BY EARLY MONDAY MORNING, AND THAT IS POSSIBLE TO SLICK ROADS. COLUMBUS, YORK, TO WEST POINT, MORE SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS IN CENTRAL AND NORTHERN NEBRASKA. AS I MENTIONED, IT IS FINE IN OMAHA. VISIBILITY IS GREAT, CLOUDY SKIES, ROADS ARE WET, TEMPERATURE ABOVE FREEZING. 35 DEGREES, THE BREEZES 13 MILES PER HOUR, SHIFTING OUT OF THE WEST NORTHWEST LATER ON TODAY. AS THE WIND PICKS UP AND THE COLD AIR FILTERS AND, TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 20’S FOR NOR FOLK, COLUMBUS, AND YORK. ABOVE FREEZING IN THE OMAHA METRO AND SOUTHWEST IOWA. IF YOU HAVE TO RUN ERRANDS, GET THINGS DONE, FOR MANY OF YOU IT HAS BEEN A LONG HOLIDAY WEEKEND, HEADING BACK TO WORK TOMORROW. THE MORNING IS FINE, THE AFTERNOON, IMPACT WEATHER WITH LIGHT SNOW, AND PENN SEARCHERS — TEMPERATURES DROP THROUGH THE EVENING SUNDAY. THERE IS A LOW-PRESSURE SYSTEM TO THE NORTHEAST. THIS EVENING, IT WILL MOVE EASTWARD. OVERNIGHT, THESE ICICLES ARE CLOSE TOGETHER. WIND GUSTING 40 MILES PER HOUR TONIGHT INTO TOMORROW. MOST OF THE SNOW OFF TO THE NORTH. IT WILL BE COLD AND WINDY OFF MONDAY. IT MAY BE A FEW LINGERING FLURRIES BUT WHITE WHETHER FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE. — QUIET WEATHER FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE. STILL TRAVEL IMP

Light snow possible Sunday afternoon, bigger travel impacts west

Snow is impacting travel west of York along I-80 Sunday morning. Travel in central and western Nebraska will be difficult to dangerous through most of the day.Light snow will eventually move into the metro after 3 p.m. with temperatures dropping into the upper 20s and low 30s. Expect slick conditions into the evening. Scattered light snow showers will continue through Sunday night. Up to 1″ of accumulation is possible.Meteorologist Sean Everson has your Weather Now forecast update.

Snow is impacting travel west of York along I-80 Sunday morning. Travel in central and western Nebraska will be difficult to dangerous through most of the day.

Light snow will eventually move into the metro after 3 p.m. with temperatures dropping into the upper 20s and low 30s. Expect slick conditions into the evening. Scattered light snow showers will continue through Sunday night. Up to 1″ of accumulation is possible.

Meteorologist Sean Everson has your Weather Now forecast update.



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