Spring is here, schools are closed and more people are at home due to the CVOID-19 response. Getting outside to get exercise is perfect but be safe doing it.
· Walk on sidewalks whenever possible
· If you are walking on the road, walk facing traffic as far from the traffic as you can get.
· Cross streets at crosswalks of intersections.
· Assume drivers cannot see you
· Wear bright reflective clothing



Winter Weather Expected

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Light snow accumulations will reach a Benkelman to Burlington line tonight with the brunt of the moderate to heavy snowfall falling on Tuesday. Snowfall rates of 1 inch per hour are possible along and north of the Kansas Nebraska border Tuesday. The snow will come to an end Tuesday night. Snowfall amounts are expected to range from less than three inches south of a Hill City to Wallace and Kit Carson line to as much as 8 to 11 inches from near Flagler to McCook. Strong north winds will accompany the snow producing reduced visibility in blowing and drifting snow.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for pink shaded counties. A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for blue shaded counties. Snowfall amounts of 8 inches or greater is expected in the pink shaded areas.