December 18, 2014
Most major roads have reopened after a spring snow that blanketed much of western and northern Nebraska.
Western Nebraska appeared to get the most snow and heaviest winds. The storm hit there early yesterday, closing roads in that part of the state. Most roads are open again this afternoon, but drivers are urged to be careful.
The National Weather Service reports indicate 6 to 16 inches of snow fell in northwest Nebraska, with less to the south.
Cody, near the Nebraska-South Dakota line in Cherry County, recorded 16 inches as of 8 a.m. Sunday. Mullen, in Hooker County, saw 11 inches with wind blowing drifts that reached 6 to 7 feet high.
Click on the link below for the latest road conditions, or call 511.
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