The City of Topeka will have a full shift of Street Maintenance workers arriving at 7 p.m. tonight to begin pretreating all primary and secondary routes ahead of tomorrow morning's precipitation.
A second winter storm is moving into Kansas Sunday bringing with it the potential for freezing rain, sleet, ice and 6-12 inches of snow for a large portion of the state.
Kansas transportation officials have closed more than 90 miles of Interstate 70 in western Kansas because of a winter storm, and they're urging people to stay home.
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At 9:40 am, February 21, 2013, Commissioner Shelly Buhler signed a Proclamation of a Local Disaster Emergency on recommendation from Emergency Management Director Dave Sterbenz.
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During inclement weather, the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office strongly discourages any non-essential travel.
American Red Cross Kansas Capital Area Chapter volunteers and workers are being placed on alert as a winter storm approaches that could affect much of Kansas.
Westar Energy is watching the weather closely as meteorologists are predicting sleet, snow and windy conditions Wednesday and Thursday for most of the areas it serves.
Additional snowfall is expected through the evening hours Thursday. Kansas Adjutant and Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli says National Guard teams are patrolling closed highways to rescue stranded motorists.
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