Good late afternoon Weather Watchers!

We hope you have enjoyed the beautiful Thanksgiving Day!

Black Friday should be uneventful with morning clouds and drizzle early, clearing off by afternoon.

The track is becoming more and more consistent… with other systems we have seen this year it looks to be following that track.

Similar to what the GFS was showing a few days ago-

THIS WILL NOT BE A HUGE SNOW EVENT….HOWEVER…THE POTENTIAL FOR NEAR BLIZZARD CONDITIONS IS POSSIBLE AS THIS SYSTEM WRAPS UP AND QUICKLY MOVES OFF TO THE EAST DURING THE DAY SUNDAY.

With that said- we expect conditions to rapidly deteriorate Sunday morning in CENTRAL KANSAS through NORTHEAST AREAS of the State.

Areas ALONG AND NORTH of US400 and areas EAST OF A RUSSEL TO PRATT LINE will likely see a 2-4 hour window of Moderate to Heavy Snow with winds gusting to 40+mph.

THERE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR THUNDER-SNOW with this system.

Here is our CURRENTS thought on TIMING…REMEMBER- This can change some…but we are comfortable putting this information out with so many folks traveling….

THIS SYSTEM WILL RAPIDLY DEPART THE AREA SUNDAY AFTERNOON FROM WEST TO EAST.

Again- there will be a 2-4 hour window where travel will likely be impacted….

We will provide additional updates on the event timing tomorrow as we get additional data overnight…

Could we see additional snow Wed into Thurs….The potential exists…

STAY TUNED…..

Weather Watchers