GARDEN CITY, Kan. (KAKE) - The snowfall may have passed Kansas already, but it came down in the western part of the state. 

"Coming back up, it was crazy driving in it," said Riella Pardise. 

Riella drove from Oklahoma to western Kansas in driving conditions made difficult by the snow.

"You have to be on your game, if you're not then, I mean I’ve seen cars flipped over, trucks in the middle in the median. I mean, it was really bad. So, if y'all don't know how to drive on snow, I suggest y'all stay home."

She describes to us what it was like for her to drive in the thick of the snow.

"You couldn't see the truck 40 feet in front of you.”

She wasn't the only one.

"It was kind of a hypnotizing moment. It's something to get used to,” said Gary “Rooster” Austin.

In Dodge City, the Ford County Public Information Officer says that the snow didn't impact drivers there much.

"The snow was a non-factor today overall.” said Public Information Officer JD Gilbert. “I haven't had any reports of any accidents or major issues."