Hello Weather Watchers!

Part one of the two part system is occurring and will be affecting mainly areas East of I-135 as the first piece of energy moves East.

Let’s show you what’s going on now…

As of 8:30AM here is what the radar looks like as the main area of Precip moves from East to West…

You can see the snow gradient is VERY tight! It runs along the US 50 corridor from Hutch to Emporia then straight East from Emporia to the State Line.

Let’s take a look at some snow totals as of 7-8AM especially in areas that the first round of snow will be ending soon here in Central Kansas.

East of Lindsborg…

Ellsworth

Marion – the Southern end of the Snow…

Salina

Again our first round of Snow will be ending in Central KS..

Some VERY LIGHT Freezing drizzle or light snow is possible as this main area moves East… NOT expecting and further significant development until the second and final piece of energy moves out across areas South of US 56 starting overnight tonight. This is when areas across South Central KANSAS will see the majority of its Snow 2″-4″. Snow should end on MONDAY West to East and should be East of the I-135 corridor by Noon and Mid-Afternoon across Eastern and Southeastern areas of the State.

HOWEVER… residual moisture should stick around for most of the day making ELEVATED and UNTREATED ROADWAYS & WALKWAYS VERY SLICK especially across South Central areas

This is what current data is showing.

The Chiefs game will likely start of with some Snow… ending prior to half time.