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Blow and snow heavy for impact travel on Monday

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) We are tracking a powerful storm system that continues to move through Kansas and Missouri this morning. Its impacts are widespread; which triggered a snowstorm warning in parts of Nebraska and Iowa and heavy storms throughout Texas and Louisiana.

The snow rains that extend through the counties to the northwest will continue on their journey to the southeast. The snow will take over the morning rains in the subway around 7 a.m. He will wait for the snow bands to last during the day of Monday and cause snow to form. Strong northwest winds can gut up to 50 mph at times. This will cause dangerous travel conditions since the bleaching conditions will be possible and there will be areas of reduced visibility. Cleaning will take place this night from west to east around 6 to 7 p.m.

With abrupt variation in snowfall totals, extremely high snowfall totals will be possible for the northwest counties (see the total snowfall map). There is likely to be between 1 and 3 inches of snow in the southeast half of the subway (Winter Weather Warning), while in the northwest half of the subway (Douglas County) there may be a greater number in the range of 3 "-6" Very short distances probably mean large differences in snow totals with this storm.

The cold air will continue to overcome the hot air throughout the day. Temperatures between 30 and 30 degrees Monday morning will fall in the lowest 30 degrees by noon. The thermometers will drop to 20 degrees below this night and the wind speed will decrease as well.

Stay up to date with the latest forecasts as this storm continues to travel through our area.

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