With cold air settling in the first snow of the season might be be far off. Forecasters anticipate the first measurable snow of the season in much of Central Kansas.
According to the National Weather Service, cold air will remain in place Wednesday with afternoon highs in the upper 20s. Overnight lows will remain chilly, especially across north central Kansas where overnight low temperatures will drop into the single digits and wind chills will approach -7 degrees.
Friday night into Saturday morning, chances for snow increase and continue through early Sunday morning as this season’s first measureable snowfall is anticipated.