Another round of snow fell across northeast Kansas Sunday along and north of I-70 with up to 2" in some spots. Another round of snow will push through after midnight into Monday morning but this time it will be south of I-70 with up to 1" of accumulation. Supercast above shows snow completely over by sunrise but that may be too quick to exit the area with snow expected to continue through mid-morning. Temperatures will also be very cold with wind chills as low as -12 Monday morning with wind chills stuck in the single digits all day Monday. After tomorrow morning the extended forecast is dry for now however a few flurries can't be ruled out Wednesday as well as Thursday night into Friday with no accumulation expected at this time. A warm up is also expected with highs in the 40s as early as Thursday.
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