The National Weather Service says that a winter storm may impact us Wednesday into Thursday. Keep an eye on the current radar and get current school closings on The Post. You can also listen to the Police Scanner Page for more details. For live web cams and traffic conditions, click 511 Nebraska
Issued by The National Weather Service
North Platte, NE
… SIGNIFICANT SNOW IS LIKELY LATE WEDNESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY…
A winter storm will track through the central plains Wednesday night through Thursday night. Significant snow… Strong winds and subzero wind chill values are expected across parts of western and North Central Nebraska.
An arctic cold front will begin moving through north central Nebraska Monday and continue moving south and west Tuesday. Heavy snow is possible Wednesday night and Thursday with areas from Imperial and Valentine east most likely to be impacted. Highs in the teens and lower 20s Thursday along with strong winds will produce wind chill reading below zero. Arctic air will fill in behind the storm Friday with highs only around 20 and strong winds.
The track of this storm still remains somewhat uncertain and its too early to put a number on snowfall amounts. The storm is expected to affect a large portion of the Great Plains from Kansas north through Nebraska and into South Dakota. Continue to monitor the forecast in the following days as the details of this event will become clearer.