Photos © Ken Dewey, unless otherwise noted.
December 28, 2000. The temperature soared to 38 F on warm southerly winds.
It was the warmest temperature in over two weeks causing a rapid melting of the snow.
Here at Van Dorn Plaza, salt covered cars are surrounded by ponds of melt water.
December 18, 2000. Another in a series of snowstorms hits eastern Nebraska.
Snow plows head north on 70th Street just south of "O" Street.
December 11, 2000. Arctic air and a major snowstorm hold the city in its icy grip.
The setting sun produced a red sky over Biochemistry Hall, East Campus, UNL, December 6, 2000
(Click on the image for a large panorama view)
December 1, 2000. After the 4th coldest November on record, a thin layer
of ice has formed on Holmes Lake. The sun is now almost at its earliest sunset.
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