Starting Friday, January 23rd, and lasting through Tuesday, January 27th, several episodes of generally light snow affected much of central and south central Nebraska along with north central Kansas. The table below reflects total snowfall accumulations during this period, as reported by National Weather Service cooperative observers. The highest totals in the 6 to 7 inch range fell north of Interstate 80, with lesser amounts of 2 inches or less farther south toward the state line and into north central Kansas.

The image below the table reflects the average snow depth across south central Nebraska and north central Kansas as of Wednesday morning, January 28th. 

Total Snowfall

(Fri. Jan. 23 - Tue. Jan. 27)

 

Location

Snow Amount

(inches)

Ord 7.0
Greeley 6.0
Fullerton 6.0
Hastings NWS 5.4
St. Paul (4 North) 5.0
Ashton 5.0
Loup City 4.5
Minden 4.3
Grand Island 4.2
York 4.1
Brunning 4.0
Clay Center 4.0
Geneva 4.0
Osceola 3.3
Edison 3.0
Hebron 2.6
Kearney 2.5
Fairmont 2.5
Oxford (6 NNW) 2.4
Elwood (8 South) 2.2
Phillipsburg KS 2.0
Franklin 1.9
Burr Oak KS 1.8
Smith Center KS 1.6

 


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