Most of central Nebraska is in a winter weather warning and much of the western and eastern thirds of the state are in a Winter Weather advisory lasting until Friday morning. Forecasters expect several inches of precipitation – but the amount of rain vs snow depends on your location.
North-central Nebraska is expecting nearly a foot.
The eastern half of the state will likely be spared, save for a sliver near the South Dakota border that could get four to six inches. Much of the region will get around an inch and a half of rain.
Eastern Nebraska will start to see snow in the Thursday morning hours with the heaviest snow coming down between 6 AM and 3 PM.
Wind gusts are what forecasters fear the most in eastern Nebraska. Peak gusts could exceed 40 miles per hour in the area.