NORFOLK, Neb. -- Spring may have sprung, but that doesn't mean Nebraskans are done with winter-like weather.

As many Nebraska residents already know, Mother Nature can be indecisive about what kind of temperatures, precipitation, and wind will be around during the spring season.

So it should come as no surprise that Nebraska will see plenty of precipitation and cold weather throughout the weekend.

Van DeWald, a Lead Meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Omaha, said this weekend's weather forecast of rain and snow will likely not be the last they face before the warm weather decides to stay.

"We're really going to see pretty much everything this weekend in northeast Nebraska," DeWald said. "We do have another chance of snow tonight (Friday) into tomorrow morning (Saturday). Sunday looks like a very wet day, very high chance of precipitation....and then that changes over to snow by Monday morning and then continues as snow through the day Monday and ends by early Tuesday."

DeWald expects the western region of Northeast Nebraska will see more snowfall than others.

Some areas are expected to receive as much as two inches or more in some areas.

"It really depends on where you're going to be at in northeast Nebraska," DeWald said. "Higher snow amounts look to be farther west. In Norfolk, maybe you might only get an inch or two, but if you go farther west they might get two to four inches, and even farther west out towards maybe O'Neill they could get several inches of snow."

DeWald advises Nebraskans to be well-informed should they travel this weekend, as weather is expected to cause some road hazards across the state.

"If people are traveling this weekend or early next week, especially as you go farther west, definitely pay attention to the forecast," DeWald said. "As you go farther west and farther north you're going to be dealing with more snow, especially across central Nebraska up into the Dakotas. Keep up with the forecasts and be prepared."

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