Friday will be noticeably colder with highs in the upper 20s. We also lose a lot of our sunshine today with more clouds around. At least the wind will be light!
Most of us stay dry overnight and into Saturday morning, but it will be cold, with lows in the upper teens. Northeast Nebraska may have to dodge some spotty snow early in the day, but the rest of us will be dry.
Scattered snow and freezing drizzle move in Saturday afternoon and continue at times through Saturday night. The freezing drizzle will mainly be in the afternoon and south of I-80. It will also be breezy, lowering the visibility as the snow falls. Between the snow in the sky and on the roads, travel could be difficult in spots during the second half of the day. Totals from this round will likely be 0-2 inches across the region.
Sunday is looking increasingly dry, but mostly cloudy and breezy. Highs will stay in the low 30s.
A second system brings snow back to part of the region Monday morning. The heaviest snow will be south of I-80, but its uncertain how far north that snow will expand. Omaha should at least see light snow from the system, but a shift north would bring higher totals through the day.
Lighter snow is possible Tuesday and Wednesday.
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