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Snowy streetThe National Weather Service says the winter storm heading toward Nebraska looks to be staying far south than expected, keeping the worst of it to the east of the Double Q Country listening area.

A Winter Weather advisory remains in effect through 3 pm Thursday for the Panhandle south of the Pine Ridge with a Winter Storm warning until 11:00 Thursday night for Garden and Deuel counties and on east.

Predicted snow amounts are for about 2” tonight and 1” tomorrow for Chadron, Scottsbluff, and Gering, 2-3” tonight and 1” tomorrow in Alliance, 3” tonight and 1” tomorrow in Kimball, 3-4” tonight and 1” tomorrow for the Bridgeport-Bayard area, and 3-4” tonight and 2-3” tomorrow for Sidney.

Snowfall totals on to the east could be much greater. Mullen could see a foot or so by tomorrow night, while Lincoln is looking at up to 9”.

The Nebraska legislature will address the storm by holding a short day tomorrow. They’ll meet at 9 am, but adjourn at1 1:00…and they’ve canceled all committee hearings scheduled for the afternoon.

Speaker Greg Adams says lawmakers will do their best to reschedule all of the hearings. Friday is still scheduled for a full day of sessions and hearings.


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