While the Groundhog Day storm produced snowfall in the KMTV viewing area early Tuesday morning, a little bit more is expected in the afternoon and evening.
Snowfall measurements vary across eastern Nebraska and western Iowa.
“It kind of depends, but about half a foot, roughly. Again some of it’s kind of shrinking and compacting as we melt a little bit,” said KMTV Meteorologist Ryan McPike, referring to the Omaha metro.
NWS preliminary local storm reports:
5 inches, near Woodbine in Harrison County
6 inches, Offutt Air Force Base in Sarpy County
12 inches, near Norfolk in Madison County
6.2 inches, near Valley in Douglas County
4.3 inches at Omaha’s Eppley Airfield
6 inches, near Tekahma in Burt County
6 inches, near Lincoln in Lancaster County
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