It all started Wednesday afternoon with a light rain in Sarpy County on the highway. By 4:30, there was a light snow, but that didn't stop a woman from getting a car wash.
Plow drivers were in too big a hurry to talk, eager to take to the streets.
After 6:30 we found Ron Siebler getting an early start on shoveling. "No more than three inches of snow. After that it won't work right so I come out here with a hand shovel and try to get the wet layer of snow, which I think is the most," Siebler said
He was eager to clean up the first round, in preparation for the next. "I'm just coming out here do what I can do before I go to bed," Siebler said.
A few hours later the highway was covered in snow. That's where we found Mihn Duong, finishing his shift and coming out to a car covered in snow. "I hope it's gonna stop right now," Duong said.
As he was anxious to get home, we found most people had already made it. The slick roads were filled mostly with plows.