Beginning Monday morning, Omaha was hit with a snowfall that is expected to end around 3 p.m. and give the city around two inches of snow.
At around 11 a.m., Omaha Police were no longer responding to injury accidents.
Omaha city engineer Austin Rowser told 3 News Now that all of the city trucks are out plowing and salting major roadways and will continue as long they are needed.
According to an email to OPS parents, the district's buses may be running behind after school is out because of road conditions.
The decision on whether or not to plow side streets will be made later Monday afternoon.
Some areas North of the Metro saw more snow and are still in a winter weather advisory.