Slick spots could be an issue Tuesday

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Published: Nov. 28, 2022 at 8:25 PM CST
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HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - A cold front will push through the region along with upper level energy that will produce some wintry weather across the state late tonight into Tuesday. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY will go into effect for the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas at midnight tonight through 6 pm on Tuesday for the prospects for slickened roads and poor visibilities.

Tuesday.   Freezing drizzle, snow and gusty winds could create slick spots and poor visibility.
Tuesday. Freezing drizzle, snow and gusty winds could create slick spots and poor visibility.(KSNB)

Light snow till be active across the Northern Sandhills overnight tonight. As the front moves south tonight, the precipitation near the Tri-Cities will take the form as drizzle initially, then by morning as temperatures drop, freezing drizzle could create some slick spots on areas roads. By forenoon through the afternoon, strong north winds gusting from 35 to 40 mph will coincide with a switch to snow which will reduce visibilities, especially in north central areas where the snow will be a little more intense.

Gust will be in the 40+ mph range..
Gust will be in the 40+ mph range..(KSNB)
May mix with freezing drizzle in the morning..
May mix with freezing drizzle in the morning..(KSNB)

Overall, accumulations will be light with 1 to 2 inch amounts along and to the north of I-80 with lesser amounts south. Some areas over Central Nebraska could see up to 3 inches especially in Northern Custer County. Northeast Nebraska could see 3 to 5 inches. The snow should taper off early evening.

Through Tuesday evening...
Through Tuesday evening...(KSNB)

A warming trend will take hold Thursday into Friday where temps could reach the mid 50s. Another cold front will cool temperatures back into the 30s for Saturday.