Northeast Nebraskans kept car washes busy on Sunday, as mild temperatures of at least 40 degrees prevailed.
Unofficially, West Point and Oakland hit 42 degrees Sunday afternoon.
Drivers should keep in mind that the thawing ice and melting snow will re-freeze each night. Sidewalks and parking lots also could be slick.
And the National Weather Service is predicting a sharp weather change in Nebraska by Wednesday night.
A storm system entering the Central Plains could bring a few inches of snow with lows around 10 to 15 degrees by Wednesday night.
Much colder weather returns Thursday for at least several days.
Slushy streets will be common until Thursday.