Cold Veterans Day Morning, Snow Fall Ranging From Trace – Two Inches

WAYNE – As the winter weather advisory came to an end Monday , accumulating snow and travel impacts are possible for the morning commute.

According to a release from the National Weather Service Omaha Center, most amounts ranged from trace to two inches over night into Veterans Day. Today will also be windy and very cold with wind chills reaching 10 below to five above.

Blowing snow may reduce visibility to one to three miles at times.

All of eastern Nebraska and western Iowa saw light snow accumulations overnight which includes the Omaha and Lincoln metros.

Confidence of the snowfall totals were moderate with high confidence that snow totals would be two inches or less. Some record cold highs are possible with the NWS predicting high confidence in very cold temperatures by November standards.

Minimum wind chill readings were six below in northeast Nebraska.

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