Yes, those were snow flurries you were seeing as the work day drew to a close, but they won’t pile up – or cause pile-ups on the evening commute.
“There’s just enough cold air…to cause a rain/snow mix,” said Andy Kleinsasser, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Wichita.
But it’s not strong enough to make streets and highways slick, he said.
Officially, it will go down as a trace of snow – because flurries were frequent enough to be seen. This has been a dollop – not a wallop – of winter.