February 12-13, 2007
Snowfall in Lincoln, Nebraska and Southeast Nebraska

All Images © Ken Dewey, School of Natural Resources, UNL

Rural Lancaster County following the overnight snowfall.

Although the official measurement was around 3-4 inches,
drifting in some areas built up a snowcover of 7 or more inches.

Cold Arctic air produced a powder like snowfall.

Despite blue skies, the air was filled with blowing and drifting snow.

Blowing snow across a rural highway

The open landscape on the edge of town allowed for large drifts occurring near the houses.

Blowing snow across a rural road.

Drifting snow begins to build across this rural road.

Keeping the rural roads snow free.

I-80 between Omaha and Lincoln.

Blowing snow in the suburban edge of Lincoln.

A large drift forming along side a rural Lancaster County road.

The view looking toward Lincoln from the High Plains Regional Climate Center following the snowfall.

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