Strong storm to affect the Tri-State Region Today

Potent Storm To Bring Strong Winds and Snow to the Area


    A strong winter storm system will continue to impact the Tri-State Area today. This system will bring a wide variety of hazardous weather to the area including strong winds gusting to 50 mph, and winter weather condtions. For the latest information on expected snow amounts, please view our Total Snowfall Graphic. The latest information on strong winds can be found here, and for the latest statement on expected winter weather conditions click here.


Storm Reports/Impacts  

 ***This section will be updated periodically as new information is received***

      A strong low pressure system is currently stationed over central Kansas. Northwest winds of 30 mph with gusts as high as 50 mph has been reported across much of the Tri-State Area. Widespread snow has begun to fall overnight and is expected to continue throughout the morning hours. 1-2" of accumulation is expected to fall through the rest of the morning hours, with mixed precipitation possible later this afternoon.

Below is the current radar imagery and surface observations for the Tri-State Area as of 4:22 am MDT.


Snowfall at the National Weather Service Office in Goodland, Kansas

8:00 AM MDT

4:30 AM MDT 


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