National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Rain will continue to change to all snow for areas across south central and southeast Kansas this evening. A quick dusting of snow may produce some slick spots as temperatures fall below freezing. Be especially cautious on overpasses and bridges.
Wind chills early Saturday morning are expected be near and sub-zero. Please take care to bundle up if you spend time outdoors.
Strong north winds are expected tonight behind a powerful cold front. Wind gusts of 35-40 mph will impact most of the area.
Snow amounts are expected to range from a trace to around 2 inches across central, south central, and southeast Kansas. An axis of higher snow amounts extend from Wichita to Emporia to Topeka. The greatest snowfall is expected in northeast Kansas where over 4 inches are forecast.