The snowstorm doesn’t last long
HASTINGS, Neb. (Nebraska)- A storm system in southern Colorado will sweep through Kansas tonight, bringing accumulated and hurled snow across the region. The snow will be light early in the evening, but by mid-evening through midnight the heavier snowpacks will push through southern Nebraska and northern Kansas increasing accumulations.
Most of the snow will be confined to southern Nebraska and northern Kansas. (Nebraska)
The journey will become more difficult as the night progresses as the roads become slippery and the increasing gusts of wind blow the snow, reducing visibility. WINTER STORMY WARNINGS AND WINTER WEATHER WARNINGS are in effect along and south of the Interstate 80 corridor from tonight through Thursday.
From tonight to Thursday. (Nebraska)
Snow will continue overnight before pushing out of the Tri-Cities area by morning commute with only lighter showers with some snow drift possible early. The heaviest snow tonight is expected to occur south of Highway 6, with very little slope at smaller amounts along and just north of Interstate 80. The storm will exit eastern areas of the state Thursday afternoon, with clearing and cold temperatures to follow .
Until noon on Thursday.(Nebraska)
Thursday morning will be cold and windy with temperatures in the teens. The afternoon highs will remain in the lower 30s. Temperatures for the rest of the week will depend on the amount of snowpack deposited.
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