A fast moving storm system brought snow to much of central and south central Nebraska, as well as portions of north central Kansas during the day Sunday, December 6th, 2009.  Snow flurries were noted through some locations in the  morning, with snowfall then intensifying early in the afternoon and continuing well into the evening.  Storm total snow accumulations on the order of 2-5 inches were common through many locations generally east of a line from Ord, Nebraska to Phillipsburg, Kansas, with less snowfall observed farther west.  The map and tables below depict 24-hour total snowfall, in inches, between 7 am Sunday, December 6th and 7 am Monday, December 7th...





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