Wichita could see its first measurable snowfall of the season today, though it isn’t likely to amount to much, forecasters say.
Light snow is possible this morning and again this afternoon, with perhaps a half-inch falling in Wichita, National Weather Service meteorologist Brad Ketcham said. About an inch is possible south and west of the metropolitan area – primarily in Sumner and Harper counties, he said.
Wichita has recorded a trace of snow twice so far this winter, but no measurable amounts to date.
Highs may only touch 40 under cloudy skies, forecasters say, with light east winds shifting to the south. Overnight lows will be in the low 20s, and then Wednesday should see clearing skies and a warming trend. Highs should reach the upper 40s Wednesday and the 50s the rest of the work week.
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