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(Audio) Blustery Winter Weather Makes Its Way To Northeast Nebraska | KTIC Radio

(Audio) Blustery Winter Weather Makes Its Way To Northeast Nebraska

(Audio) Blustery Winter Weather Makes Its Way To Northeast Nebraska

(Click on news/podcast above to hear interview with Cathy Zapotocny)

Old Man Winter has arrived for at least one day in northeast Nebraska.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Cathy Zapotocny says visibility in the Norfolk area is down to a half mile this morning due to blowing snow. That area could see 1 to 3 inches today. Higher amounts the further north you go.

Here in the West Point area, just an inch or more of snow expected but winds up to 20 to 30 miles per hour sustained gusts and temperatures dropping to 20 or lower tonight.

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Plows are out and driving can be slow and treacherous.

Brief power outages are possible today in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa.

Driving on east-west routes is a challenge, especially in high-profile vehicles.

Click on weather/cancellations tab above to get weather-related late starts and cancellations.

 

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