Cloudy skies continued across much of the Central Plains early Thursday morning while snowfall persisted across central and eastern Nebraska...as well as central and eastern Kansas. Snowfall accumulation through early Thursday morning was generally in the one to three inch range across portions of Nebraska and Kansas. Although locations across eastern Nebraska and eastern Kansas are expected to observe snowfall through midday...south central Nebraska and north central Kansas will likely see an end to the snowfall shortly after sunrise. Dry conditions are then expected across the area through the remainder of the day, although it's doubtful we will see much in the way of sunshine. High temperature readings in the upper 20s to low 30s are also currently forecast across the area later this afternoon. Looking ahead to tonight...cloudy skies will likely continue but nothing in the way of measurable precipitation is currently forecast. That said, patchy fog will accompany a chance for light freezing drizzle through many locations late tonight into Friday morning. So be alert for patchy slick spots on area roadways as we head into Friday morning. Overnight low temperature readings in the upper teens to low 20s are currently forecast for tonight.