The snow emergency and residential parking ban for the City of Lincoln will end at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, February 18.
City Operations: Arterial teams have suspended operations. All routes have been plowed and treated. Crews are standing by and ready to respond should overnight refreeze occur. Crews will suspend residential plowing overnight after remaining routes are complete. Warm daytime temperatures over the next several days will cause snow packed areas to break up, becoming loose snow and slush.
Crews will re-plow residential streets from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday, February 19 and Monday, February 20. This time frame is the warmest portion of the day and provides the most productive and efficient removal of the snowpack breakup that has been occurring since plowing. Our goal is to further improve street conditions before freezing temperatures return mid-week. There will be no parking ban, but please plan to move vehicles from residential streets to allow crews room to clear the way safely and efficiently.
Weather conditions: Clear
Street conditions: Arterial streets are wet with slush. Residential streets range from slush to snow packed. Drivers should be alert for slick spots and refrozen areas.
Next update: This is the final update for this weather event.
Track snowplow and winter operations in Lincoln at lincoln.ne.gov/snow.