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T.J.'s Forecast: Snow begins to pull out of Kansas, cold feel continues into Sunday

Snow is finally beginning to wind down across the state but not before adding a little more onto what's already out there. Totals have risen to over half a foot in some spots making for treacherous road conditions early Saturday.

As some light to moderate snow continues to fall into the midday, watch for adverse and quickly changing roadways. There could be minor accumulations on the order of 1-2" possible across the northern and central KS as this low pressure center continues to pull away. In Wichita, expect a coating possible as some snow bands move eastward through mid morning.

By early afternoon, Kansas will be looking a lot better with most of the moisture moving through Missouri.

High pressure will be building in behind this system but clouds will be slow to break up as we get some wide-scale circulation around this system into the latter half of the weekend. Look for more sunshine and warmer temps by the start of the workweek as we get some return flow from the south. This will continue out ahead of another cold front moving through late Tuesday but we're expecting to stay dry. This will cool our temps down from the 40s and 50s Tuesday back into the the 30s and 40s Wednesday. A stronger and more potent cold front looks to arrive late week and this brings the potential for more wintry weather and the shot at some more accumulating snow. Make sure you stay with us through the week as we track this. Arctic air looks to filter in behind that boundary with highs only in the 30s on Friday with afternoon readings in the 20s by Saturday. 

Have a great Saturday and be safe!


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