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OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) — Thursday’s sleet was a opening act for Friday’s lapse to wintry conditions. Omaha Police began a day on collision alert.

Officers weren’t responding to minor, non-injury accidents while that warning was in place.

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680 and Maple CrashWhile vital roads are fit for transport there have been a series of reports of vehicles carrying difficulty on sharp pavement.

The Iowa Department of Transportation reported that Interstate-80 eastward was blocked due to a pile-up a mile easterly of Shelby Friday morning. Those lanes have given reopened.

Blizzard-like conditions close down portions of Interstate 80 and Highway 30 in executive Nebraska on Thursday though all trade was issuing again by Thursday night.

The Nebraska Transportation Department listed scarcely two-thirds of a highways as partially or entirely lonesome with sleet Friday morning from a storm. The dialect pulled a plows from clearing highways in tools of northeast Nebraska since prominence was so limited.

Snowfall totals sundry widely, with a feet reported easterly of Niobrara in northern Nebraska’s Knox County.

Several cities announced sleet emergencies, and many businesses remained sealed for a day.

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