To the relief of those stuck overnight, I-80 re-opened to traffic Monday morning.
Nebraska Department of Roads officials say crews worked all night, clearing snow and vehicles and putting down salt and sand.
Heavy morning traffic helped to break up what snow was left.
It's a big change from Sunday when crashes shut down the road.
The worst was a 15 to 20 vehicle pile-up near Seward which sent 16 people to the hospital.
Luckily, no one was killed in that wreck.
But the heavy traffic is causing one problem.
Tow trucks can't get to all the stranded vehicles safely.
Cars and trucks litter the side of the highway, abandoned during the storm.
Roads officials are asking drivers to help them out.
District One Maintenance Operations Manager Roger Kalforf says, "When they see light flashing because somebody is out on the road doing something, whether it's a snow plow or a tow truck or a state patrolman, everybody needs to pay attention and slow down in those circumstances."
Road conditions are still slick, so drivers are also being urged to be cautious and give the vehicles in front of them plenty of room.