OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) Light snow finally tapering off across the metro this evening, but not before dropping some impressive snowfall totals! Areas south of the metro saw widespread amounts of 6 to 10 inches, with a few locations like Nebraska City, Sterling and Cook reporting in around or just over a foot of snow. In the metro amounts ranged from around 3 inches on the northwest side to 5 or 6 inches near and south of I-80.
As the snow moves away this evening and overnight, clouds will stick around along with breezy north winds. This will push wind chills down to around 20 degrees by 10pm making for a chilly night. Overnight lows will fall into the lower 20s.
We will start off Sunday with quite a bit of cloud cover, but should break into at least partial sunshine in the afternoon with temperatures warming to around 32 degrees. Monday and Tuesday will be slightly warmer with highs climbing above freezing into the middle 30s. More clouds arrive along with slightly colder conditions Wednesday and Thursday with highs only around freezing. Another push of Arctic air appears poised to affect the region by Friday and Saturday, bringing with it another chance for snow to the region.