Snowfall Totals from December 30-31 


A major winter storm hit Western and North Central Nebraska on December 30th and 31st with heavy snow, gusty winds and blizzard conditions.  By the time the storm exited the region, snow accumulations of 3 inches to nearly a foot were common over Western and North Central Nebraska.  Even more impressive, several reports of snow drifts exceeding 5 feet were noted to the National Weather Service in North Platte.  In fact, a Cooperative Weather Observer near Big Springs reported 7-8 foot snow drifts in Deuel County from this storm.  Below is a graphical summary of snow fall accumulations from December 30 through the early hours of January 1st.  For a comprehensive listing of local storm reports, please click on the Public Information Statement or Local Storm Report links below.  



Snowfall Reports from the New Years Storm of 2010-2011
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  Reported Weather/Travel Conditions


Nebraska Road Reports
Public Information Statement
Local Storm Reports
Regional Temperature and Precipitation
Coop Observations
Snow Maps (National)
FAA Airport Delays
National Road Reports


LBF Meteorologist

Shawn Jacobs

Created:  Saturday, 01 January 2011

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