Weather service predicts two to five inches of snow for the region

NEBRASKA CITY – A winter weather advisory will go into effect at 6 a.m. on Friday for all of southeast Nebraska and southwest Iowa. The advisory is expected to last until 6 a.m. Saturday, according to the National Weather Service office in Valley.

NWS meteorologists says the region could see anywhere between two to five inches of snow. Locally high amounts are possible. They say to plan on slippery road conditions, especially during the evening commute on Friday.

Wind gusts of 20-30 MPH will lead to blowing snow a reduced visibility.

There’s a chance of snow and freezing drizzle on Friday morning, followed by one to two inches of snow throughout the rest of the day. It’ll be a blustery night on Friday night with more snow expected, windy gusts has high as 29 MPH, and a low around 12.

The storm system sets up a very cold weekend across the area. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will only be in the mid-teens. Lows will be in the single digits.

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