A February Snow...Friday the 13th...

Black cats crossing the road would have stuck out like a sore thumb...however it is doubtful many were out  as a strong Pacific storm swept through the plains during the daylight hours.  A few locations across Nebraska and northern Kansas did experience a little Friday the 13th unfortunate luck as the storm raced across our region dumping snow...some of it heavy...as well as producing blowing and drifting snow.  By the time the storm exited...as much as 7 to 8 inches of snow fell over parts of northern Buffalo and Hall counties as well as Sherman...Valley...Greeley...Howard...Nance...Merrick and Polk counties of central Nebraska.

 
 Map of Snowfall Amounts - Click on map to enlarge

 

  

The table below provides a summary of the snowfall reports:


Total Snowfall Amount
(February 13 - 14)

Location

Amount (Inches)

Fullerton

9.0

St Paul 4N

8.0

Ashton

7.5

Osceola

7.5

Greeley

7.0

Shelby 3ENE

6.9

Wolbach

6.5

Belgrade

6.0

Bruning

5.6

Grand Island

5.5

Hastings

5.4

Kearney 4NE

5.0

Loup City

5.0

York 3N

5.0

Franklin

4.5

 Elwood 8S

 4.5

 Ord

 4.5

 Fairmont

 4.0

 Oxford 6NNW

 4.0

 Burr Oak

 4.0

 Phillipsburg

 4.0

Cambridge

3.2

Clay Center 6ESE

3.0

Edison

3.0

Mankato

1.6

Alton 2SW

0.5

Ionia

0.5

 

                          
 

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