LINCOLN, Neb. — Two industrial plants in Norfolk caused a band of snow that stretched almost all the way to Crete.
The National Weather Service - Omaha said Monday it was monitoring a narrow band of snow that was originating near Norfolk.
It later confirmed that the steam from the plants produced enough moisture and warmth to create the snow.
Some reports had snowflakes measuring as large as one inch, and just east of Madison, reports of an additional 2 inches of snowfall was reported.