More cold and snow coming to Kansas
Just when you thought the cold and snow were about to go away, Old Man Winter reinforces his icy, snowy grip.
Another round of arctic air and snow will begin today and last through Monday. Storm Team 12 meteorologist Dean Jones says temperatures will be steady or slowly falling today, with a mid-afternoon temperature of around 22 degrees.
Tonight, light snow will break out across the area. The snow will last through around midday Monday, before ending. Now, this will not be like the last winter storm that dropped 8-12" across portions of south-central Kansas, but Jones says accumulations of 1-2" regionwide are likely. This latest round of snow will bring with it a renewed round of slick and snow-packed roads.
After the snow ends on Monday, attention turns to the cold temperatures. High temperatures are forecasted to remain in the teens on Monday, with lows bottoming out near zero by Tuesday morning.
There is light at the end of this cold, snowy tunnel...a warming trend with sunshine is expected to begin by mid-week. High temperatures next weekend could be in the mid 50s.