The strong winter storm that hit Nebraska Sunday into Monday dropped quite a bit of snow across the state. But which areas got the most?
The National Weather Service has been keeping track of the totals and has a nice interactive map that allows you to see who got the most snow and explore which areas of the state and individual cities saw more snowfall.
According to the NWS, the most snow in Nebraska fell in Norfolk, which got 14 inches.
While Grand Island got about 6 inches of snow, just north in St. Paul, residents saw more than a foot of snow.
Northern North Platte saw close to 8 inches of snow, while the eastern part of the city got more than 11 inches.
You can explore and see which areas received the most snow by checking out the NWS interactive map.