The snow storm we’ve been watching for the best several days will stay to the south of KELOLAND. Numerous Winter Storm Watches/Warnings, Blizzard Watches/Warnings, and Winter Weather Advisories are in affect from Colorado to central Iowa. The heaviest snow will fall in central Nebraska with some areas receiving a foot or more of snow. The amounts will taper off greatly the farther you move out from central Nebraska. We’ll still keep at least a chance to get light snow in south central and southeast KELOLAND (south of Interstate 90), but accumulations will be light.
Lows tonight will fall to the twenties with mostly cloudy skies and light winds. Friday will be mostly cloudy for the southern half of KELOLAND while the northern half will be partly cloudy. Temperatures will be cooler than the past couple of days with highs mainly in the thirties. As the storm system moves through the central plains, light snow will be possible late Friday night and Saturday. The best chance for the snow will be south of Interstate 90.
Sunday will be dry and warmer. Highs will rebound to the thirties and forties that day with partly cloudy skies. The above average temperatures will end with colder air moving in next week but we’ll remain dry.