Another blast of winter will start another week in Kansas. After unseasonable cold on Monday snow is anticipated on Tuesday.
According to the National Weather Service, below normal temperatures will continue today. Cold temperatures and a breezy north wind will support wind chills from around 5 below zero to 5 above this morning. Highs will range from the lower 20s in central Kansas to the lower 30s in southeast Kansas.
A dusting of light snow is possible across portions of central Kansas Monday. Most of the snow will be confined to areas to the northwest of a Kingman to Newton to Marion line. Snowfall amounts will only be a few tenths.
Light to moderate snow will overspread most of Kansas on Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday evening. Current forecast amounts suggest 3 to 4 inches are possible across central Kansas, and 2 to 4 inches across south central Kansas. The higher amounts will be across central and northeast Kansas. Some patchy freezing drizzle may develop late.
Slick roads and hazardous travel is expected.