The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for more than 40 counties in Kansas as a winter storm brings more snow to the Sunflower State today.
Portions of northern and central Kansas could receive 5 inches of snow or more, while forecasters say Wichita could end up with from 2 to 4 inches by the time the snow ends Friday morning. Light snow is already falling in the metropolitan area, making the morning commute a bit slick.
Highs in the metropolitan area will top out in the mid-30s, with east winds nudging into the teens today. The overnight low will slip into the upper 20s as light snow continues, forecasters say, and Friday will see flurries end and temperatures rebound to the upper 30s again.
Check forecasts often, and go to our weather page for more information on conditions.