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Winter Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Texas
  • Beaver

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From Midnight Tonight To
Noon Cst Saturday For The Oklahoma And Northern Texas Panhandles
Winter Weather Advisory Is Cancelled
The National Weather Service In Amarillo Has Issued A Winter
Weather Advisory For Snow Which Is In Effect From Midnight Tonight
To Noon Cst Saturday. The Winter Weather Advisory That Was Set To
Expire At 6 Pm This Evening As Been Cancelled.
- Event Light To Moderate Snow Is Expected Across The Oklahoma And
Northern Texas Panhandles From Midnight Tonight Until Noon
Saturday Producing Accumulations Of 1 To 2 Inches.
- Timing Snow Is Expected To Start Around Midnight And Continue
Until Noon Saturday.
- Impacts Roads And Bridges Will Likely Be Snow Packed And
Icy Resulting In Hazardous Travel Conditions.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory Means That Periods Of Snow Sleet Or
Freezing Rain Will Cause Travel Difficulties. Be Prepared For
Slippery Roads And Limited Visibilities And Use Caution While
Driving.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following area is affected:

  • Harper

Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 6 Pm Cst This
Evening
Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 6 Am To 6 Pm Cst
Saturday
The National Weather Service In Norman Has Issued A Winter
Weather Advisory For Snow Which Is In Effect From 6 Am To 6 Pm
Cst Saturday. A Winter Weather Advisory Also Remains In Effect
Until 6 Pm Cst This Evening.
- Timing: Snow Will Decrease This Evening But Another Round Of
Snow Is Expected On Saturday.
- Main Impact: 1 To 2 Inches Of New Snow By Late Saturday.
- Other Impacts: Slick And Hazardous Roads Are Expected.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Be Careful If You Have To Travel. Even Small Amounts Of Ice And
Snow Can Make Roads And Sidewalks Slick And Dangerous.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following area is affected:

  • Kay

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 6 Am To 6 Pm Cst
Saturday
The National Weather Service In Norman Has Issued A Winter
Weather Advisory For Snow Which Is In Effect From 6 Am To 6 Pm
Cst Saturday.
- Timing: Saturday Morning And Afternoon.
- Main Impact: 1 To 2 Inches Of New Snowfall.
- Other Impacts: Slick And Hazardous Roads Are Expected.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Be Careful If You Have To Travel. Even Small Amounts Of Ice And
Snow Can Make Roads And Sidewalks Slick And Dangerous.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Osborne
  • Mitchell

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 9 Am Saturday To 9 Am
Cst Sunday
The National Weather Service In Hastings Has Issued A Winter
Weather Advisory For Snow Which Is In Effect From 9 Am Saturday
To 9 Am Cst Sunday.
- Impact Visibility Could Be Reduced In Heavier Snow. Some Snow
Could Accumulate On Roadways.
- Snow Accumulation 2 To 4 Inches.
- Timing Snow Is Expected To Spread Into The Area Saturday
Morning And Continue Into Sunday Morning. There Could Be A
Period Of Lighter Snow Saturday Afternoon Into The Evening
Hours.
- Uncertainty Amounts Could Vary Depending Upon The Track Of The
Storm.
- Winds South Winds Of 10 To 20 Mph Are Expected Saturday
Afternoon. South Winds Will Only Be Around 10 Mph Saturday Night
Into Sunday Morning.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory For Snow Means That Periods Of Snow
Will Cause Primarily Travel Difficulties. Be Prepared For Snow
Covered Roads And Limited Visibilities And Use Caution While
Driving.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Ellis
  • Lane
  • Ness
  • Rush
  • Hamilton
  • Kearny
  • Finney
  • Hodgeman
  • Pawnee
  • Stafford
  • Stanton
  • Grant
  • Haskell
  • Gray
  • Ford
  • Edwards
  • Kiowa
  • Pratt
  • Morton
  • Stevens
  • Seward
  • Meade
  • Clark
  • Comanche
  • Barber

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From Midnight Cst /11 Pm
Mst/ Tonight To 6 Pm Cst /5 Pm Mst/ Saturday
The National Weather Service In Dodge City Has Issued A Winter
Weather Advisory For Snow Which Is In Effect From Midnight Cst
/11 Pm Mst/ Tonight To 6 Pm Cst /5 Pm Mst/ Saturday.
- Timing Starting At Midnight Far Southwest Kansas, Then
Spreading Eastward Saturday Morning.
- Main Impact 2 To 4 Inches With Highest Amounts Closer To The
Oklahoma Border.
- Other Impacts Snow Covered Roads Causing Hazardous Travel
Conditions.

Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory For Snow Means That Periods Of Snow
Will Cause Primarily Travel Difficulties. Be Prepared For Snow
Covered Roads And Limited Visibilities And Use Caution While
Driving.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Russell
  • Lincoln
  • Barton
  • Ellsworth
  • Saline
  • Rice
  • McPherson
  • Marion
  • Chase
  • Reno
  • Harvey
  • Butler
  • Greenwood
  • Kingman
  • Sedgwick
  • Harper
  • Sumner
  • Cowley
  • Elk
  • Chautauqua

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 5 Am Saturday To Noon
Cst Sunday
The National Weather Service In Wichita Has Issued A Winter
Weather Advisory Which Is In Effect From 5 Am Saturday To Noon Cst Sunday.
- Timing From Early Saturday Morning Through Midday Sunday.
- Snow Accumulations Storm Total Snow Accumulations Of 3 To 5
Inches Are Expected By Midday Sunday.
- Ice Accumulations Of A Trace To A Few Hundredths Of An Inch
Are Possible South Of Highways 54 And 400.
- Main Impacts Widespread Accumulating Snowfall Will Result In
Reduced Visibilities Of 1/2 Mile To 1 Mile At Times Along With
Snowcovered And Slick Roads. In Addition Sleet And Light
Freezing Rain Potential Will Result In Hazardous Driving
Conditions For Motorists.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory Means That Periods Of Winter Weather
Will Cause Travel Difficulties. Be Prepared For Slippery Roads
And Limited Visibilities. Use Caution While Driving.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Ottawa
  • Dickinson
  • Geary
  • Morris
  • Lyon

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 7 Am Saturday To Noon
Cst Sunday
The National Weather Service In Topeka Has Issued A Winter
Weather Advisory For Snow Which Is In Effect
From 7 Am Saturday To Noon Cst Sunday.
Timing Snow Will Begin Saturday Morning Around 7 Am And Will
Continue Through Noon On Sunday. The Snow May Be Moderate At Times
Late Saturday Morning Through Early Saturday Evening, And Then
Again Sunday Morning.
- Total Snow Accumulations Of 3 To 6 Inches. Sleet May Mix In With
The Snow Along And South Of Interstate 35. Expect Little To No Sleet
Accumulations.
- Winds Winds Will Be Southeast At 5 To 15 Mph.
- Impacts Snow Will Accumulate On Area Roadways Making Roads
Snow-packed And Slippery. Motorists Should Use Extreme Caution If
Travel Is Necessary.

Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Snow Is Forecast To Accumulate In The Affected Areas Causing
Hazardous Driving Conditions. Those With Travel Plans Are Advised
To Use Extreme Caution If Travel Is Necessary.

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