Record Warmth Gives Way to Snow
Todd Pittenger - Wed 05:50 AM 01/30/2013
After a day of record warmth on Monday, cold and snow moved into Kansas on Tuesday.
Light Snow began to fall around the area Tuesday evening. There was not major accumulation, but the snow that did accumulate did make for some slick roads. The snow also prompted some area schools to alter their schedules for Wednesday.
Here is a list of closings: KSAL Closings
Here are the current road conditions: Road Condition Interactive Map and Cameras
Here are some overnight snowfall amounts from around Central Kansas:
Junction City 4 inches
Russell 3 inches
Lincoln 3 inches
Ellsworth 3 inches
Clay Center 2 inches
Minneapolis 2 inches
McPherson 1.5 inches
Abilene 1 inch
Great Bend 1 inch
Salina 1 inch
The snow will be out of the area by later Wednesday morning. It will be cold and blustery for the next couple of days.