A band of light to moderate snow has developed over central Kansas. Moderate to heavy snow is expected to continue through the early afternoon.
Accumulating snowfall between 1 and 3 inches is likely for the area with locally higher amounts possible over north central Kansas.
Wind up to 15 mph will create hazardous travel with reduced visibilities and blowing snow in some areas. Snow will Ene by evening as a cold front sweeps through and shifts winds to the northwest. Temperatures will remain cold in the low 30s for highs and teens for lows.
A second wave of snow will move across southern Kansas Sunday which will bring another chance of snow with around 1 inch possible across southern Kansas along the Oklahoma/Kansas stateline.