Check out the latest on the weather afflicting Nebraska on Tuesday.
Like it saw a trooper
Ticket to Mother Nature
Late May snow
Here's what the western part of the Panhandle looks like this morning.— NEStatePatrol (@NEStatePatrol) May 21, 2019
I-80 is now open again after a crash forced a westbound closure at mile marker 8 for about an hour.
Whether you're in the snow, drizzle, or rain, be safe on the road and give yourself extra room. #NEwx pic.twitter.com/qOKqI0jxkX
Good day to stay inside
The high temperature of 51°F yesterday in Lincoln tied the record for the coldest high temperature for the date (originally set in 1915). This is the normal high for March 12. The high temperature in Sidney, Nebraska yesterday was only 41°F pic.twitter.com/AhlwMOFoBM— Ken Dewey (@kdewey1unl) May 21, 2019