Heavy snow moves into KAKEland

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WICHITA, Kan. — A winter storm has made its way into KAKEland.

The system will drop snow across the entire state throughout the day and will taper off tonight into the overnight hours. Locations north will see the snow tapering off near day break on Wednesday.

The highest snow totals will occur in a band stretching from South Central Kansas into Northeast Kansas where up to nine inches will be possible. Lesser amounts can be expected across Northwest Kansas. Two to six inches will be likely across much of the rest of the state.

Treacherous roads are possible across the entire state Tuesday into Wednesday. While skies will remain “snow free” on Wednesday, blowing snow will reduce visibility and drifting could be substantial especially in rural areas. Temperatures will plummet behind this system with highs in the upper single digits to low teens on Wednesday with sub-zero wind chills all day long.

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Feb. 4 Snow Forecast


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