Snow, Rain, Flooding, And A Tornado All Part Of An Eventful Weather Weekend In Nebraska

Snow, Rain, Flooding, And A Tornado All Part Of An Eventful Weather Weekend In Nebraska
Reported weather events over the weekend. NWS website.

RAIN/SNOW— It felt like spring in some parts of Nebraska and winter in others as a large storm spread across the state. According to the National Weather Service, reports of flooding came in across the state with a majority of the flooding being reported in the central to eastern part of Nebraska. Snow was reported in the panhandle and also in the northern part of Nebraska.

A funnel cloud and tornado were also reported on Sunday afternoon near the southwest towns of Stratton and Trenton. There were no reports of damage, but the tornado was reported to have been on the ground for about five minutes near the Trenton Dam before dissipating near the edge of Trenton.

Precipitation reports for NWS North Platte Region (3/15):

Callaway 8WSW- 3.92 IN.
Ericson 6WNW- 3.73 IN.
Eustis 8SSW- 3.7 IN
Maxwell- 3.57 IN
Lamar 3S- 3.5
North Platte 1WNW- 3.44 IN
Callaway 8WSW- 3.44 IN
North Platte 5S- 3.40 IN
Broken Bow Airport- 3.34 IN
North Platte Airport- 3.29 IN
Champion 8W- 3.19 IN
North Platte 1W- 3.18 IN

Snowfall Reports for NWS North Platte Region (3/15):

Valentine 1 NNE- 10.6 IN
Butte- 9 IN
Atkinson 3SW- 8 IN
Kilgore 1NE- 7 IN
O’Neill- 5 IN
Ericson 6WNW- 2 IN
Mullen- 1.5 IN
Lisco- 1 IN
Oshkosh 10NE- 1 IN

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