Sunday, November 14, 2010

Unusual Snowfall, SE Nebraska, Nov. 12, 2010











An Unusual November Snowfall in Eastern Nebraska, November 12, 2010.


A very narrow band of snowfall occurred in Eastern Nebraska on Friday evening, November 12, 2010.


The satellite image (from the NWS) shows the snow on the ground stretching from near Beatrice to Omaha. On the NW side of Lincoln, at the official NWS site at the Lincoln Airport, there was no measurable snowfall. On the Southeast side of Lincoln near 112th Street and Hwy 2, there was 2 inches of snowfall. During the entire time of the snowfall it was raining to the west and east of Lincoln on either side of the snowband (note the attached radar image).
Snowfall Amounts around the area:
Lincoln Airport: Trace (snow observed, but not enough to measure)
Lincoln, southeast edge: 2.1 inches
Gretna: 4.0 inches
Springfield: 3.4 inches
Omaha Eppley: 2.8 inches
Raymond: 2.0 inches
Offutt Air Force Base: 1.7 inches
Papillion: 2.8 inches
Syracuse: 1.5 inches
Beatrice: 0.5 inches

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