After a seasonable, sunny Thanksgiving a change in the weather is on the horizon, including the possibility of several inches of snow on Saturday.
According to the National Weather Service, much cooler air is expected on Friday. Then rain & snow will impact the area on Saturday. Winter weather advisories will be in effect for a large portion of the area from Saturday morning through Saturday evening.
Snow, or rain transitioning to snow, will develop on Saturday and continue through Saturday evening before diminishing. The highest snow accumulations are forecast across central Kansas, where 4 to 7 inches are expected.
With some uncertainties with temperatures during the day on Saturday, along with where the axis of heaviest precipitation will be, there could be large differences in snowfall accumulations over short distances.
Drier weather is expected Sunday and Monday, but temperatures will remain cool with highs in the upper 30s and lower 40s.