OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Many residents in Nebraska and Iowa are breaking out the shovels and snow blowers following a significant snowfall — including some record snow — over the weekend. The National Weather Service says Norfolk in northeastern Nebraska set a record for snowfall Sunday with 4 inches.
That topped the previous Oct. 25 record of 2.7 inches set in 1997. In Sioux City, Iowa, about 4 inches of snow fell, breaking the previous record for the day of 0.7 inches more than a century ago in 1918.
The service says higher totals were seen in other communities Sunday, including 8 inches recorded in Valentine, Bassett and Anselmo in northern Nebraska.
Ocheyendan in northern Iowa saw more than 6 inches and Yankton in eastern South Dakota received 6 inches also.
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