O'NEILL, Neb. -- While much of Nebraska continues to deal with cold temperatures and blowing snow, some areas are digging out a little more than others on Wednesday.

O'Neill, like many communities near the South Dakota border, got the heavy end of this week's snow dump.

The Holt County community got 18 inches, according to the National Weather Service.

With drifting snow and existing accumulation from previous storms, those numbers appeared even higher for some people.

O'Neill isn't expected to see temperatures above freezing until Sunday at the soonest, and those will be brief, meaning the snow could be sticking around for a while in the area.

(Video courtesy Scott Poese/KBRX)