WICHITA, Kan. — We're not done with winter just yet.
A large part of the state including Wichita will see the return of snow today.
The highest snowfall totals will be in southwest Kansas where 2 to 4 inches will be possible with isolated spots receiving as much at 6 inches. The snow will slowly tapper off in that part of the state by noon.
Snow chances will increase for south-central Kansas by late morning and continue into the early afternoon hours. The snow may mix with some raindrops by the afternoon. Although the snow could be heavy at times, accumulations look to be pretty low. Up to an inch will be possible in Wichita with slightly heavier amounts along the Oklahoma border. Combine the high temperature of 36 with the above-freezing ground temps, and whatever falls should melt very quickly.
During the snowfall, there could be periods of hazardous travel conditions.
The snow will exit KAKEland late this afternoon with some parts of the state seeing a return of sunshine.
A return to more spring-like weather is expected tomorrow as warming trend begins. Much of the state will see sunshine and temperatures in the 60s on Sunday.
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