Snow preps in Central Nebraska have been underway all day Wednesday, with some plows hitting the streets Thursday morning.
Although officials warned to be careful, the slick weather has people slipping and sliding on slick roads.
At last count the Nebraska State Patrol responded to15 accidents on Wednesday.
As snow started to fall roads quickly got slick the Nebraska State Patrol says the Nissan Infinity rolled because of icy conditions, Troopers say no one was hurt.
The accident took place along Highway 281 just outside of Hastings.
Meanwhile in Hastings,city road crews are getting ready for a projected foot of snow.
"Depth wise it's going to be quite a bit of snow, but it'll be a better situation. Last time the ground was warm and the first two inches of snow turned to ice," said Hastings Street Superintendent Richard Douglas.
Crews have been getting their equipment ready all day.
They say when those plows hit the roads - they'll focus on the main streets first.
"And continue maintaining those throughout the storm," said Douglas.
On the Highways in Adams County crews won't work through the night citing safety, but they will be up early in the morning plowing.
Their concern is blowing snow.
"Because it'll block the roads a lot faster and we can't stay ahead of the drifting," said Adams County Highway Superintendent Dawn Miller.
Snow removal is expected to start at 3-AM for the city of Kearney.
They have a snow emergency in effect until Friday at 6-AM.
A snow emergency is also in effect for Grand Island.
That means no parking on emergency routes.