Snow and slick spots are causing multiple crashes in the metro this morning.
Omaha Police issued an accident alert, if you are in a minor crash, pull to a safe spot and exchange info.
A few inches of snow were already on the ground parts if the state including Cuming County where more is on the way.
In Norfolk, parts of town got several inches of snow.
The roads were very slick and icy. But there were a few plows on the road and warning signs saying it was icy.
According to our Miranda Christian, one plow had been out for a few hours trying to clear parking lots in town.
In Omaha, Mayor Jean Stothert announced that snow plows would go to major and secondary streets and contractors will plow neighborhoods if the town got more than 2 inches of snow.
Plows will be on major & secondary streets when snow starts tonight. Contractors will plow neighborhoods if we get more than 2". Be safe
— Jean Stothert (@Jean_Stothert) January 25, 2017