When the winter storm system unexpectedly slowed down over Lincoln, the city ended up with five inches of snow, seven in some parts of the city. That's just a few more inches than expected.
While the snow was a surprise to some, other's say this is Nebraska and they've come to expect the unexpected.
"It's more that what I expected. It causes a lot more work," Gabe Hill said.
Hill was surprised to see a blizzard out his window, but knows how to deal with Mother Nature.
"It's just Nebraska. I like snow, so it's fun," Hill said.
Monday, Vincent Shaw spent the day in Lincoln.
"I've shoveled the walk three to four times now, and the drive way," Shaw said.
He couldn't make the drive to Omaha for work.
"I've been doing this for 37 years, driving to Omaha. Another bad day, that's the way I look at it," Shaw said.
What some people saw as a bad day, Ken Svoboda saw as a business opportunity. A late winter snowfall meant more revenue for his snow removal and landscaping business, Ray's Lawn And Home Care.
"We expect the worst out of every snow storm that comes along. When they say one to three, we plan for six to seven. So, we were pretty prepared for it," Svoboda said
Svoboda says March is all about balancing between Winter and Spring. Workers that were landscaping last week were clearing snow days later.
"This is a little unusual for us to be getting snow, although this is Nebraska. We get snow in March and even sometimes early April regularly. We just kind of plan for it," Svoboda said.