KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 9, 2022

A reasonably quick-hitting March storm chills us for a couple of days and brings snow to much of the state. Then, as typical we'll be back to spring warmth this weekend. Will it be the last blast of winter?

This is Kansas in March, and we’ll see the changeable weather in its full glory the next 36 hours. Near-seasonal temps today, but with a cold front sliding south we’ll top out early afternoon. Then temps fall rapidly and by evening snow moves into the region. Highest snowfall is expected along and north of I-70, with 4-7 inches possible, lesser amounts to the south with snow tapering off south of US 50. A second impulse will bring areas of light snow south of US 56 tomorrow night into Friday. Much colder temps Friday as Canadian air spills into the plains. Then a quick warm-up this weekend into early next week.

Current Winter Watches/Warnings


Snowfall through noon Friday


Snowfall through sunset Friday


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