Interstate 70, other roads in northwest Kansas reopen

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GOODLAND, Kan. (KSNW) – Kansas authorities have reopened several highways that were closed in northwest Kansas because of heavy snow and strong winds.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says a portion of Interstate 70 and other roadways from WaKeeney to the Colorado line were opened early Monday afternoon after the storm eased and moved east. For the latest road conditions click here.

Midwest Energy reported about 3,200 customers without electricity early Monday, most between Oakley and Colby. The number was down to over 1,100 before noon.  School districts also canceled classes for the day. For the full list, click here. 

As always, the KSN Storm Tracker 3 Weather Team is tracking the storm. Stay up to date with the latest radars here. 


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