Winter’s (hopefully) last gasp is more like a sigh, but it’s making things a bit inconvenient this morning. A quick-moving trough is passing through the state, dropping around an inch of snow in southwest Kansas overnight and about the same through mid-morning in central and east-central Kansas. Temps today will be on the cool side of normal, mostly upper 50’s this afternoon under sunny sky. Tomorrow and Saturday will be nice and it will warm to around 70 Sunday. A round of showers and a rumble of thunder pass tomorrow afternoon and evening. Next week’s weather will be active, with chances for rain developing late Sunday and Monday looking like much of the state could receive needed moisture. Mid-week looks chilly, as gusty northwest winds bring in a couple days of cooler air.