ORD — Nebraska is in the path of a winter storm traveling from the Rocky Mountains through South Dakota.
Freezing drizzle turning into snow will cover part of the state from late Monday night and through out Tuesday.
The National Weather Service in North Platte says folks in central Nebraska will experience less than other areas. Broken Bow to O’Neill can expect anywhere from one to four inches, but the advisory will remain in effect until mid-Wednesday due to strong winds following the storm.
“For those traveling be prepared for reduced visibility,” says Shawn Jacobs of the NWS. “We don’t anticipate major snow drifts. We’re not talking about anything like a blizzard here, but, again, reduced visibility causing some difficult travel.”
The hardest hit areas of the storm are toward the west from Dundy up to Cherry Counties. Folks there can expect anywhere from six to nine inches.