Snow Reports Saturday Night into Sunday

As advertised this was a very complex snow storm to be able to forecast snowfall accumulation. The combination of sleet and dry air coming in from the north shutting off all snow mainly north of I-70 throughout the day Sunday has kept snowfall totals lower than expected. If the changeover from sleet/snow mix to all snow occurred earlier this would be a much different outcome with higher totals. The good news about having less snow is it won't take much time for it to melt and the warming trend will occur sooner throughout the upcoming work week:

White City: 0.5"
Burlington: 0.5" of sleet
Ottawa: 0.5" of sleet
Junction City: 0.5" of sleet
Overbrook: 1"
Gridley: 1"
Beattie: 1"
Baileyville: 1.5"
Americus: 1.4"
Osage City: 1.5"
Hope: 2" (0.5" of sleet)
Blaine: 2"
Topeka: 2.4"
Carbondale: 3"
Beto Junction: 2"
Ozawkie: 3"
Hoyt: 3"
Emporia: 3" (0.75" of sleet)
Dunlap: 3" (0.5" of sleet)
Lawrence: 3.9"
Emporia: 4"

This will continued to be updated throughout the day Sunday especially as snow continues south of I-70

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