Friday, April 11, 2008

National Weather Service issues warnings for Northern and Western Nebraska

The National Weather Service have issued weather condition warnings and advisories for northern and western countries of Nebraska.Snowfall of five ins have been reported, making route statuses hazardous. The National Weather Service said snowfall will go on across the country the morning. Additional snowfall sums of one to two ins are possible. Strong Northwestern United States winds of 20 to 30 statute miles per hr will make countries of blowing snowfall and low visibility.Schools inch Wayne, Wynot, Newcastle, Coleridge, Laurel, Randolph, Osmond and Emerson, Neb. reported late starts.Don Morin, a information programme director for the National Weather Service in Siouan Falls, S.D., said the Siouan City subway country received mostly rainfall over night, which he said would go on throughout the day, with the possibility of a small snowfall here and there. He said the heaviest snowfall is in northwestern South Dakota and up into Minnesota. He said precipitation South and sou'-east of Siouan Falls, will be mostly rain."The violent storm is still moving to the east or northeast," Morin said. "It's winding down pretty rapidly."A wintertime weather condition advisory stays in consequence for Lyon, Osceola and Siouan counties in Iowa, and Yankton, Clay and Union counties in South Dakota. until 7 p.m.Areas of mizzle and freeze mizzle will blend with and alteration over to snowfall late this morning time into this afternoon. Additional snowfall around one inch along with strong North winds will cut down visibilities, hampering ravel. Motorists are urged to drive with caution.-- Dolly A. Butz

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