Winter weather conditions expected for most of western Kansas

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A Blizzard Warning continues for northwestern Kansas including Goodland, Colby, St. Francis and Atwood until 6am Monday morning. Snow falling across NW Kansas will continue to work its way southeast through the night and on into parts of southwestern and north-central Kansas by early Monday morning. Heavy snow at times in combination with north winds gusting up over 40mph will reduce visibilities considerably across the NW into Monday afternoon. Precipitation in central Kansas may begin as light rain before changing to snow after midnight. With much colder temperatures arriving for Monday the snow will continue across the northwestern half of the state before diminishing Monday afternoon. Snow accumulations should range from between 6 and 12 inches across the warning area of northwestern Kansas with lesser amounts into the central part of the state. For much of central Kansas amounts should reach around a trace to 2 inches by Monday afternoon with around a trace expected across most of Sedgwick County and south-central Kansas. Stay tuned to KAKE for complete updates throughout this time as well as complete forecast at 5:30 and 10pm Sunday evening as well as Good Morning Kansas  beginning at 4:30am.

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