Before Nebraskans could fully clean out from last weekend's storm, Mother Nature has another bout of snow in store.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for eastern Nebraska, in effect from midday Sunday until Monday afternoon.
A storm system moving in from the south is expected to hit the area between Lincoln and Omaha and points southeast of that line the hardest.
10/11 Meteorologist Rusty Dawkins says Lincoln can expect between 8 and 12 inches snowfall through Monday, in addition to the foot of snow that fell last Sunday and Monday.
Furthermore, temperatures are expected to remain in the 20s all week long, and winds are expecting to cause blowing and drifting snow Monday.
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