View of snow storm from resident's front patio in Lincoln, Ne.
February 13, 15 and 16 saw record setting lows across Nebraska. Photo courtesy of Shelby Goacher.

Spring temperatures have arrived in Nebraska, but record-setting cold in February means increased electric bills in March. Arctic cold temperatures reached record lows on Feb. 13, 15 and 16, increasing electricity usage and cost to Nebraska customers.


Grant Otten, media relations specialist with the Nebraska Public Power District and Bruce Kutler, owner of Bruce Kutler Electric, discuss saving on electricity bills, even in extreme weather conditions.

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