Tuesday is shaping up to be a very nice day in Kansas as a South wind and lots of sunshine will warm us into the 50s and 60s. However, it will not last long. On Wednesday a storm system will move through dropping our temperatures back into the 30s and bringing a chance of some precipitation. It appears as if the air will be cold enough for most of the precip to fall as snow, and it could snow hard enough to see it accumulate. In order for a snow to be considered an accumulating snow, we must see at least 1 inch. So, while we have seen some flurries and even a light dusting on Sunday night, we have not yet seen our first official snowfall this season. That may change on Wednesday. Super-cast is currently showing that some places will see 1-2 inches. This obviously won't be a major snowstorm but we could see some sloppy road conditions throughout the day on Wednesday...especially if temps are below freezing.