LINCOLN, Neb. -- Much of Nebraska is bracing for another wintry blast overnight into the weekend.
The weather service has placed most of Nebraska under a hazardous weather outlook for Thursday night into Friday.
Thursday will be the warmest day of the week with temperatures spiking into the low to mid 30s before another blast of arctic air sends temperatures tumbling into the teens through Saturday.
During that transition, a wedge of warm air over the state Thursday night could contribute to the possibility of freezing rain or sleet as a wintry mix precedes the conversion to snow for Friday.
A second wave of snow is expected on Saturday with accumulations expected. Specific amounts are still in question.