The winter weather advisory has been cancelled.
So far, freezing drizzle has not developed. Saturation at lower levels of the atmosphere continues to take longer than computer models indicate. Latest model data shows the potential for fog getting thicker and perhaps some mist forming after 10 PM.
While freezing drizzle still may develop, it will be patchy in nature and not cause much of a travel disruption.
Radar shows thin snow bands tracking southeastward across northeast Nebraska and northwest Iowa. Light snow has already been reported in Norfolk to Sioux City. The Heartland has a better chance to see a few snow showers than drizzle at this point.
The worst travel weather is expected south across Missouri. Winter weather advisories have been issued for parts of Kansas and Missouri for this same storm system. It will be a snow producer to our south.