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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