Hello Weather Watchers!

Here is the current Regional Conditions.

Notice that the remnants of Sergio are over Texas producing flooding on the Cool side and Severe Weather/Mostly Tornadoes in the Warm sector.

Winter Weather Advisories and Watches are in effect for the Northwest half of Kansas…

There will be an area of Heavy Snow from West Central KS to Hays where we think 4-8″ of snow is possible causing Travel issues during the afternoon and early evening hours.

Other areas could experience 1-3″ or 1-4″ of snow.

STRONG NORTH WINDS will accompany this cold front as it moves through. Gusts to 45 are possible in Western sections.

Snow will end from Northwest to Southeast as flurries and light snow over portions of South Central and Southeast areas. We are expecting it to end in Southeast KS by 7am Monday morning.

Sunday night temps will drop to around 29-32 in areas that don’t experience measurable snow and that did not experience a hard freeze two nights ago, clouds will act as insolation and will keep temps steady. The areas that receive accumulating snow will fall into the low to mid 20s.

Monday will be chilly, highs in the 30s to around 40 as clouds break.

Monday night EXPECT A KILLING FREEZE in Western, Central & South Central KS when lows will fall into the mid 20s.


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Weather Watchers