Many warnings and advisories have been cancelled but travel will be extremely dangerous Monday. The bulk of the snow has come to an end but you can still expect blowing and drifting snow over the roadways.
The snowfall has ended but now we're left with 5-8" of snow in many spots in southeast Nebraska and 2-4" in parts of central Nebraska. Some areas in western Nebraska have reported 10-14" of snow!
Now we go quiet. The next seven days will see warmer temperatures and mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. We still need the precipitation, but we'll likely be quiet for all of next week.
Temperatures will be chilly to start the week, back to normal by the middle of the week and then very mild by the end of the week and into the weekend!
The interstate, highways, and local roads are very slippery which are covered in snow and ice. If you need to be out and about, please be extremely careful.
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