Snow falls, temps drop on Halloween

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LINCOLN, Neb. – Trick-or-treaters will be in for a chilly evening on Tuesday in the Capital City, as Halloween night temperatures may not make it out of the 30’s.

Some light snow has already started to fall in some parts of the state, including Lincoln.

Throughout the evening in Lincoln, some light rain and light snow showers may continue, but heavy accumulation is not likely.

Temperatures will likely heat back up a bit on Wednesday, with temperatures rising through Thursday before dipping back down this weekend.

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