- Associated Press - Monday, November 3, 2014

SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) - More than 2 inches of heavy, wet snow has fallen in the Nebraska Panhandle, but weather officials say it should melt quickly.

The National Weather Service says a band of snow on Monday left more than 2 inches of snow in Sidney. Some surrounding areas had over an inch.

Meteorologist Shawn Liebl in the Cheyenne, Wyoming, office says any snow on the ground should be melted by Tuesday because of warmer temperatures in the area. He says no snow was expected in the eastern half of the state.

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