Northeast Kansas will get its first accumulating snowfall of the season tonight through Sunday night with up to 3" possible. The last time Topeka received more than a trace of snow was on April 23rd getting 0.3".
With this system there's not a lot of moisture to work with but enough that up to 3" of snow is possible especially along the Nebraska/Kansas border. Snow is starting to make its way into Central Kansas by mid afternoon and will continue to overspread the rest of northeast Kansas overnight. The majority of the snow will fall overnight as dry air works into the area Sunday morning cutting off accumulation by the afternoon leaving with nothing more than a dusting if anything at all by Sunday noon.
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