All Images © Ken Dewey, School of Natural Resources, UNL
South 70th Street near South Street.
Northbound traffic crawls up a small hill.
The heaviest snow was falling at 7:30 AM throughout the Lincoln area.
Visibility was reduced to less than a 1/2 mile as the snow piled up to 5-7 inches
deep across the city.
Residential streets were snow covered but passable. Here the snow
falls heavily just after dawn.
February 19, 2000. Lincoln, Nebraska "After the storm"
With the snow melting rapidly, Holmes Lake was the place to be for sledding
And a giant Snow Man had but a few hours to live.
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