Southern Nebraska got buried in snow as another winter storm hit the state.
The storm, predicted to hit Lincoln then travel to southeastern Nebraska, barely nicked the city, but it dumped more than nine inches of snow on Fairbury. Heavy snowfall was also reported this morning along the Nebraska-Kansas border with eight inches of snow in Hubbell, nearly seven inches in Superior, and slightly more than five inches in Hebron.
Snow is expected to taper off to only flurries the rest of the day.
The National Weather Service predicts highs today of 25-to-30 in central and eastern Nebraska; in the 30s in western Nebraska. There is a slight chance for light snow in eastern Nebraska this evening with lows expected in the teens throughout the state.
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