Sunday's warm weather will be a distant memory by the time most people step outside Monday morning.
On Sunday afternoon the National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for a large swath of the state, including Lancaster County, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday.
The weather service is predicting a freezing drizzle with a light glaze of ice accumulating across central and southeast Nebraska and southwest Iowa, resulting in slick sidewalks and roads. Conditions could impact the morning and evening commute.
PhotoFiles: Nebraska snowstorms
PhotoFiles: Nebraskans tough it out during snowstorms through the years
A Lincoln man struggles to move his car as snow continues to fall during a blizzard in 1971.
Guaranteed Snow Day
Brothers stand on top of the 15- to 20-feet-tall snowdrifts in front of their buried house 15 miles south of Chadron. This blizzard happened in March of 1966.
Hundreds of cars and drivers were buried up to their axles in West Omaha after a blizzard dumped 11-16 inches of snow in 1975.
Mountains of Snow
A mother and child and their truck are dwarfed by drifts more than 20 feet tall after the infamous Blizzard of 1949.
This snow-covered view of Lincoln in 1974 may be a somewhat familiar sight to residents after 8 inches of snow fell over the weekend.
Utility poles and lines near David City were toppled by an icy, windy storm in 1966.
A blizzard in 1978 may have ruined their fun, but the Boy Scouts of Troop #213, Chadron, sure had their skills tested when snow struck their camping trip at Fort Robinson State Park.
A farmer had to dig through scores of feet of snow in order to feed his chickens after the Blizzard of 1949. The coop was completely submerged in snow.
I Thought I Could
Dozens of workers attempt to dig out a steam train stuck on the tracks after the Blizzard of 1912, putting the unshoveled sidewalks and driveways of more than a century later into sharp perspective.
Army National Guardsmen of the 24th Medical Co. prepare to leave Lincoln for a relief mission in western Nebraska. The area was hit hard and isolated by a blizzard in 1975.
The isolation of several rural communities after the Blizzard of 1949 was so bad the army had to be called in to deliver food in all-terrain, tracked vehicles.
A boy and his dog are thankful for food delivered by the army after the Blizzard of 1949.
Civilian pilots deliver food to rural residents near Curtis after the Blizzard of 1949. Several rural communities were completely isolated for several days after the infamous storm.