Western Nebraska is seeing a wide range of weather as winter serves notice to spring that it isn’t done quite yet.
A spring storm hit the Panhandle earlier in the week, bringing rain and hail.
It also brought colder temperatures which changed the rain into wet, heavy snow. Commuters reported difficulty Thursday as they drove through snow and slush.
It got cold, but not cold enough to break any records.
The record low temperature of 21 degrees was recorded in Scottsbluff four years ago.