A daylong soaking Tuesday left around an inch of rain in the Omaha metropolitan area while snow fell outside the region.
The National Weather Service's Bryon Miller said anywhere from .75 inches to 1 1/4 inches of rain fell in the Omaha area Tuesday through Tuesday night. He said 1 inch of rain was recorded at Omaha's Eppley Airfield and 1.27 inches fell at the weather service's office in Valley, Neb.
Other reports Tuesday night had 1.08 inches at Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue and .88 of an inch in Blair.
Miller also said the Omaha area received some snow flurries early Wednesday, with no accumulation.
About an inch of snow fell in Norfolk and Wayne, the weather service said. Coleridge, near the Nebraska-South Dakota border, picked up 3 inches.
As of midday Tuesday, one of the top snowfall totals — 7 inches — was reported about six miles north of Gordon in northwest Nebraska. That was logged by a volunteer weather observer.
Miller said the Omaha area can expect possible drizzle Wednesday morning with decreasing clouds as the day progresses and a high temperature in the lower to mid-40s.
Highs should reach the upper 40s on Thursday in the Omaha area, he said, with temps climbing into the mid- to upper 50s on Friday, when south winds of 15 to 30 mph are also expected.