NORFOLK, Neb. -- Winter weather is back in Nebraska, with advisories issued across several portions of the state.

In Red Willow County, McCook was one of the first locations to see significant snow in Nebraska today, as the storm started in the southwest part of the state and moved northeast.

Parts of the area have started to see snow in excess of four inches.

Meanwhile in North Platte, snow has also been steady since the morning.

Interstate 80 has not faced the closures that it did the past two snow storms, but the road remain wet in the area.

Just south of North Platte, in Maywood, the snow plows have been out since early afternoon.

There have been no highway closures in the Frontier County community at this point.


Further east, in Grand Island, the snow arrived slightly later, but the roads have been completely covered since mid-afternoon.

The bigger highways remain fully functional, but the more residential streets have been icy due to rain earlier in the day that has frozen underneath the snow.

Finally, up in northeast Nebraska, the winter weather advisory was put in effect until at least 9:00 p.m. CT on Thursday.

Like central Nebraska, areas like Norfolk were dealt a round of rain early in the morning, creating a sheet of ice underneath the snow as the sun started to set.

Though no roads were closed, visibility was limited and roads were difficult for drivers coming home from work.

Weather conditions are expected to remain dicey Friday morning before the sun comes out later in the day.