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Snowfall for October 25-26th Snowstorm

 

An early winter storm devastes the Lincoln and Omaha areas as 6 to 14 inches of snow fell over the metro areas!!! Downed power lines and extensive tree damage resulted from the combination of leaves still on the trees and the heavy wet snow. Of note was the change over from rain to snow over southeast Nebraska. While rain had changed over to snow during the late evening hours of the 25th in the Lincoln area, Falls City did not change over to snow until 11am on Sunday the 26th!!!

 

Snowfall Amounts
Clay Center   23 inches
Orleans       18 inches
Franklin      17 inches
Red Cloud     14 inches
Wilber        14 inches
Lincoln    13-14 inches
Gretna     13-14 inches
Papillion     12 inches
Utica         12 inches
Boystown    10.5 inches
Nehawka     8-10 inches
Valley       9.2 inches
Oakland IA     8 inches

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