Winter hit Nebraska hard on Thanksgiving.
A mixture of freezing rain, sleet, and snow fell throughout the state as temperatures steadily dropped throughout the day.
The winter storm has passed through the state for the most part.
The National Weather Service forecasts a mostly cloudy day today with a slight chance of light snow in southern Nebraska, and light freezing drizzle or light snow in central and western Nebraska.
Highs might dip to 10 degrees in eastern and central Nebraska, from the teens to the low 20s in the west to the mid to upper 20s for the remainder of the state.
The possibility of more freezing rain or snow remains in the forecast throughout the weekend.
At 5am, the National Weather Service reported it was cloudy and 18 degrees in Scottsbluff, clear and 8 in Chadron in the Panhandle. North Platte records 18 degrees under cloudy skies. It is cloudy and 20 in McCook. In northern Nebraska, Valentine has cloudy skies and 14 degrees. In mid-Nebraska, Broken Bow checks in with fair skies and 19; Grand Island reports 20 and cloudy. It is cloudy and 18 in Hastings, Kearney, Norfolk, and Wayne.
Mixed precipitation is still falling in Lincoln, where it is 22 degrees. It is 21 and cloudy at Eppley Airfield in Omaha. Nebraska City has clouds and 23.
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