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Photo gallery: Springtime at the OPPD Arboretum

Spring has sprung, and there’s no better place to see it in full bloom than the arboretum at 108th and Blondo streets. It’s a great time to grab the camera and send us your photos. Let this photo gallery inspire you.

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Mesmerized

Our cat, Winston, was mesmerized by the snow and wind.

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Snow storm photo

Mike Rosenberger, a unit operator at OPPD’s North Omaha Station took this photo of the plant’s entrance during the Jan. 31-Feb. 1 snow storm.

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Flood of 2011: “We were at war with the river”

OPPD employees won’t soon forget the historic flood of 2011. OPPD wasted no time fortifying more than $3 billion in assets that were in harms way, including three power plants, critical substations and power lines. Employees pulled together the way families do in the midst of a crisis.

Mammatus Clouds Downtown – May 11, 2014

Mammatus clouds

Mammatus cloud characteristics: Here in the U.S., cumulonimbus are the variety of mammatus clouds we typically see. When they occur, it’s usually a sign of a particularly strong storm or maybe even a tornadic storm to come. Due to the intensely sheared environment in which mammatus form, aviators are strongly cautioned to avoid cumulonimbus with […]