Possible Snow Sunday Night

Disturbance moves into the area after midnight through noon Monday that could produce a couple inches of snow

One computer model's opinion

Latest computer models show a chance of snow to move through the area. The main timeframe for this to occur will be after midnight in north-central Kansas and to continue to move in a southeast direction throughout the overnight periods before exiting the 13 viewing area by noon Monday. There are indications that there may be a brief period of heavy snow mainly north of I-70 west of a line from Marysville to Manhattan, this would be the best area for 2" to occur. Other spots will generally get less than 1" if anything at all. It should be worth nothing that short term computer model trends have shown precipitation diminishing as the disturbance moves into northeast Kansas so this is also a possibility most spots won't see anything at all. If there is a bright spot, no ice is forecasted with this round of snow.

Temperatures also a big weather story tonight as lows drop into the low-mid single digits with wind chill values approaching -10 in some locations

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