Nebraska remains under a wind chill advisory this morning after snow fell on the state throughout Sunday.
Snow total varies with as much as nine inches of snow falling on Franklin in south-central Nebraska as little as just under two inches of snow in Grand Island and Norfolk. About five and a half inches of snow fell in Lincoln with three inches reported in Omaha.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind child advisory for the entire state through noon.
It will be sunny today, but temperatures in the eastern portion of Nebraska will struggle to get out of the teens. It is expected to be between 16-and-20 degrees in central and western Nebraska.
Click here for the Nebraska Department of Roads highway conditions site.