We have pretty decent blizzard conditions here in northeast Nebraska this morning. It has been snowing for awhile and is supposed to continue through the day.
Now, there were a lot of people last week who voiced their dislike of winter last week. This is not your day. Yes, you probably like having the day off but at some point you will have to dig out. I suggest hiring a local youth if you don’t want to do it yourself. Enjoy it folks.
For those of you in central to eastern Nebraska, stay safe. There are more roads being closed as the morning progresses. Do not go out if you don’t need to. Remember, the winds during a storm like this can make thing a lot worse than it seems. A couple inches of snow can become a major problem if the winds pick up, which they are.
Visibility already down in areas where we are seeing snow (north and west) and rain showers (east and south). Conditions will deteriorate through the rest of the day. #newx #iawx @3NewsNowOmaha pic.twitter.com/kEgLlIeaxM— Audra Moore (@AudraMooreWx) January 22, 2018
Today in Flakes we get into a lot of the Huskers success the past few days, the Super Bowl, and why people dislike smart leaders. I’m going to leave that last one open for your thoughts.
College basketball: Nebraska showing promise, but can the Cornhuskers keep it up? | NCAA.com
Nebraska is out to its best start in conference play in 12 years, fresh off a 20-point win over No. 23 Michigan and looking like it has the makings of an NCAA Tournament team.
Husker wrestlers climb out of early rut to edge Rutgers | Wrestling | journalstar.com
A slow start and 9-0 deficit didn’t keep the No. 18 Nebraska wrestling team from coming back to beat No. 16 Rutgers 19-13 on Sunday at the Devaney Sports Center.
With help from big crowd, No. 1 Husker men top No. 3 OSU again; NU women shine, too | Gymnastics | journalstar.com
At one point during Saturday’s Nebraska men’s and women’s double gymnastics dual, Chuck Chmelka looked up at the Devaney Sports Center crowd and was in awe.
WEEK IN REVIEW:— The Iron N (@TheIronN) January 22, 2018
MBB def. ILL
MBB def. #22 MICH
WBB def. #20 IOWA
WBB def. #25 RUTG
T&F (M/W) - 1st
WGYM def. #17 PSU
WGYM def. RUTG
MGYM - 1st
MGYM def. #3 OSU
WR def. #20 NW
WR def. #16 RUTG
SWIM def. ILL
MTEN def. CREIGH
RIFLE def. #15 NAVY
RIFLE def. #11 NCSU
There were no miracles in Philadelphia as the Vikings lost a sixth NFC championship and ended their season in humiliating fashion with the 38-7 defeat.
The Vikings Are Doom Dressed Up As Hope | FiveThirtyEight
The franchise has a unique history of being betrayed by its greatest strength when it matters most.
Jaguars vs. Patriots score, takeaways: Tom Brady goes G.O.A.T., lifts Pats to Super Bowl - CBSSports.com
Brady did what he does best and stormed the Patriots to Super Bowl LII
The only L taken in Philly tonight pic.twitter.com/bIWvidxh9l— TᖇIᒪᒪ GᗩTEᔕ (@djhomicide) January 22, 2018
Why People Dislike Really Smart Leaders - Scientific American
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NCAA Division II expands to Mexico - SBNation.com
We’ll see which programs apply to join first.
American reams: why a ‘paperless world’ still hasn’t happened | News | The Guardian
The long read: In a world seduced by screens, the future of paper might seem uncertain. But many in the industry remain optimistic – after all, you can’t blow your nose on an email