Kansas is feeling the impact of another winter storm.
A storm that blew in on Tuesday prompted winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings across the state.
Between three and five inches of snow fell in many areas. Some parts of central Kansas received at least six inches of frozen precipitation. In Salina, four inches of snow fell. Kingman County had some of the heaviest snow, with 10 inches falling.
Authorities reported numerous accidents due to slick and snow-covered roads.
The inclement winter weather prompted numerous closings and cancellations.
Gradual clearing is expected in the Salina area on Wednesday, followed by a warming trend. Temperatures will climb closer to normal on Thursday, with highs in the lower to middle 40s.
All things considered, the main roads aren't so bad this morning. Thank you to everyone who has been up all night working on them. We are officially reporting to the National Weather Service 4 inches at our studio in Downtown Salina.
Posted by Newsradio 1150 KSAL on Wednesday, February 20, 2019