Snow, wintry mix moves out, a cold Sunday ahead

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Snow, wintry mix moves out, a cold Sunday ahead

Snow, wintry mix moves out, a cold Sunday ahead


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METEOROLOGIST LAURANN ROBINSON WITH YOUR ACCURATE WEATHER NOW FORECAST. LAURAN SOME AREAS, MOSTLY FURTHER NORTH OF OMAHA DID GET STEADY POCKETS OF SNOWFALL. RIGHT NOW WE HAVE A LOOK FROM THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. THE WORDS ARE — THE ROADS AR WET, BUT THERE IS A NICE DUSTING OF SNOW FALL. LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT BLAIR. THIS AREA QUITE A BIT OF SNOWFALL AND THE ROADS LOOKING JUST WET. YOU CAN EXPECT A LOT OF THE SNOW TO START MELTING AS THESE TEMPERATURES RISE THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. NOT TOO MUCH, BUT ABOVE FREEZING, SO THE SNOW NOT LIKELY TO STICK AROUND. AREAS FURTHER NORTH OF OMAHA DID GET STEADY OR POCKETS OF SNOWFALL. THE METRO RIGHT NOW, A LOT OF AREAS NOT EVEN LOOKING LIKE SNOW FELL AT ALL. THE ROADS ARE JUST WET. WHERE YOU CAN SEE UNTOUCHED SURFACES, THE GRASSY AREAS ARE STARTING TO MELT WITH TEMPERATURES ABOVE FREEZING. JUST BY LITTLE BIT. 34 RIGHT NOW IN THE METRO. IT LOOKS LIKE EPLEY IS REPORTING FLURRIES MOVING THROUGH THE AREA. IF YOU ARE SOUTH OF OMAHA, YOU MAY BE SAW A COUPLE OF FLURRIES MOVI THROUGH AND THE OVERNIGHT AND EARLY MORNING HOURS. WE ARE ON THE TAIL END OF THAT. ALL OF THAT PRECIPITATION IS ON ITS WAY OUT. WINDS COMING IN FROM THE NORTH ALL DAY LONG. IT WILL FEEL COLDER. RIGHT NOW IT FEELS LIKE 28 DEGREES. AS YOU LOOK AT OUR DUAL-POL RADAR, YOU CAN SEE THE MAJORITY OF THE PRECIPITATION, SNOWFALL THAT MOVED FURTHER SOUTH, BUT A WINTRY MIX PUSHING THROUGH WESTERN PORTIONS OF IOWA BEFORE MOVING OUT OF THE VIEWING AREA. THIS ESTIMATION MAP SHOWS WHERE WE THINK WE GOT THOSE HIGH TOTALS OF ANY PRECIPITATION. AGAIN, MOST OF THIS IS NORTH OF OMAHA FALLING US NOW. SOUTH OF OMAHA, WE DID GET FLURRIES MOVING THROUGH AND THEY WINTRY MIX. TEMPERATURES AROUND THE VIEWING AREA IN THE 30’S RIGHT NOW. MID TO L 30’S EVERYWHERE ELSE. WE ARE QUITE A BIT COLDER THAN THIS TIME YESTERDAY. 15 DEGREES TO 20 DEGREES COLDER THAN 24 HOURS AGO. YESTERDAY WE HAD A WARM AFTERNOON. HIGHS MADE IT TO THE UPPER 60’S, 70’S. WE GOT TO 70 DEGREES IN OMAHA. 73 WAS THE WARM SPOT IN LINCOLN. TODAY NOT GOING TO BE NEAR THAT. WE MAX OUT IN THE MID-40’S. AS WE LOOK AT OUR NATIONAL SATELLITE AND RADAR, THIS IS WHERE YOU SEE THE MAJORITY OF PRECIPITATION IN THE AREA, CONTINUING TO PUSH THROUGH CENTRAL PORTIONS OF IOWA. WE ARE ON THE TAIL END OF THAT SNOWFALL THAT MADE ITS WAY IN. THE REST OF OUR AFTERNOON LIKELY TO BE CHILLY. WE CONTINUE TO SEE COLD, NORTHERN WINDS COME IN, AND BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES. OVERNIGHT MOSTLY CLOUDY AND DRY. IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS, SOME AREAS TO THE NORTH COULD SEE A COUPLE OF STRAY FLURRIES. THE VAST MAJORITY OF US LIKELY TO STAY DRY THROUGHOUT SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND INTO MONDAY. WITH THAT DRY WEATHER, WE STAY PRETTY COLD. TODAY WE EXPECT HIGHS NEAR 46 DEGREES. TOMORROW WE ARE IN THE UPPER 40’S. WE CAN THE 50’S MIDWEEK BEFORE WARMING UP QUITE A BIT FOR THURSDAY WITH CHAN

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Snow, wintry mix moves out, a cold Sunday ahead

Snow, wintry mix moves out, a cold Sunday ahead


Snow, wintry mix moves out, a cold Sunday ahead

Snow, wintry mix moves out, a cold Sunday ahead

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