Blizzard Warning For Northeast Nebraska Until 7 PM

Blizzard Warning For Northeast Nebraska Until 7 PM

Blizzard Warning For Northeast Nebraska Until 7 PM

Expect plenty of sunshine through Wednesday, with highs staying in the 60s and 70s across the Denver area.

A blizzard warning has been issued for McLeod County until 1 a.m. Sunday, April 15.

"Travel will be very risky to impossible, including during the evening commute on Friday".

Now, National Weather Service in Sioux Falls has placed most Northwest Iowa counties in a Blizzard Warning, as also were the five closest Northeast Nebraska counties and all but a few northern counties South Dakota near the North Dakota border.

Blizzard conditions will exist Friday morning though Saturday morning.

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Although winds were strong across the state Friday, the storm didn't come close to the devastating hurricane-force blasts seen January 9, 2017, which downed trees, knocked out power and damaged roofs and vehicles. A strong winter storm will bring heavy snow and winds gusting up to 45 miles per hour or higher.

You sure wouldn't know it by looking outside tonight, but a potential blizzard lies ahead for much of Siouxland from Friday night into Saturday.

For more winter weather preparedness tips, go online to www.ksready.gov, www.ready.gov or call your county emergency management office.

The latest road conditions for the state can be obtained by calling 511.

Information on winter driving tips is available from the Kansas Highway Patrol. These winds, coupled with dry conditions, have created very high to extreme fire risks across multiple regions prompting Red Flag Warnings for fire risk from the National Weather Service for portions of South Central, Central and Eastern Kansas in an area that includes Emporia, Fredonia, Hutchinson, and Manhattan. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 6 inches, with localized amounts up to 8 inches, are expected.

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