A powerful, Arctic Cold Front moved across Kansas on Tuesday Night. Extremely cold temperatrues and stiff winds out of the North have moved into the state behind this front. There was some drizzle and mist Wednesday morning that caused a few slick roads across Northcentral Kansas but overall there is very little moisture with this front.
A few flurries may be observed Wednesday through Friday, especially for areas SE of the Turnpike but snow accumulation should be confined to extreme SE Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Southern Missouri.
Cold temperatures will hold strong with morning lows in the single digits and teens while afternoon highs only make the upper teens to low 20s through Sunday, and even into next week.
A disturbance on Sunday looks to bring the best chance of an accumulating snowfall across Kansas. The cold air will certainly be in place, so any precipitation on Sunday will be all snow. This system is still several days away, but as it looks right now, most areas can expect 1-3 inches of snow on Sunday. The snow will begin as early as Saturday night and end Sunday night. Most of the snow will fall at a slow rate, but the best chance of heavier snow bursts will be on Sunday morning.
Stay warm and drive safe!
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