March 2, 2015
A potential winter storm will move through the central plains this weekend. Showers and isolated thunderstorms will be possible overnight Friday night. On Saturday, rain in western Nebraska will mix with and eventually change to snow. With winds expected to increase to 25 to 40 mph and gusting to 50 mph in the afternoon, hazardous travel conditions may occur. The storm system will move to the east Saturday night into Sunday causing rain to change to snow over much of central and eastern Nebraska with significant snowfall accumulations possible along with very strong winds.
Potential snowfall accumulations in north central Nebraska look to be 6 to 12" with 4 to 8" possible in the south central and northeast part of the state. 1 to 4" accumulations are possible in southeast Nebraska. Please keep up to date with the latest forecasts from the 10-11 Pinpoint Weather Center.
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