February 4th-5th Snow *Updated on 2/4/2010 at 8:00am *

More Snow on Its Way for Thursday and Friday

Another snowstorm will make its way into northeast Kansas on Thursday morning, and will continue to drop modest amounts of snow on the area through early Saturday morning.  Periods of rain/snow mixture should also be expected in the immediate hours prior to snowfall. Rainfall amounts should be limited to around a couple hundredths of an inch.  Once the snow begins to fall, around 3-4 inches of snow is expected by Saturday morning. Snowfall should come to an end by Friday night in central and north central Kansas and by Saturday morning in eastern Kansas. 

Forecast Snow

Above:  Graphic depicting the movement of the snow through the area on Thursday.

Continue to monitor the latest weather conditions by checking our Hazardous Weather Outlook and Graphical NOWcast, and stay tuned to your local broadcast outlets for more information.


For the latest information on roads in your area check out the Department of Transportation website for your state: Kansas / Nebraska / Missouri




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