Snow ran into a lot of dry air at the surface on Saturday, so it took longer than anticipated for the snow to make it down to the ground and start sticking. Omaha ended up with 2.6" of snow measured at Eppley.
After a bitterly cold start to the day, we'll only warm a bit for the afternoon. Sunshine and a light southwest wind return and we'll warm into the upper teens, but areas with less snow on the ground will make it into the low 20s. Those to our south and east of Omaha will be even colder, thanks to the snow on the ground.
Then we get to enjoy a decent rebound early next week. Monday and Tuesday will both be mostly sunny. Monday gets into the mid 30s, followed by low 40s on Tuesday, but it's looking a little breezy.
Then another cold front moves in to bring the colder weather back in with a slight chance for snow midweek. Highs will fall into the teens for the second half of the week.
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