WICHITA, Kan. - A major winter storm system appears to be developing for much of Kansas, starting around daybreak Wednesday, through Thursday.
KAKE-TV's Chief Meteorologist Jay Prater says we are still far enough out, that the final forecast track has not yet been determined, but several inches of snow are possible. If the storm takes a more northward track, Prater says that would split Kansas with rain to the south, changing to ice and sleet, then snow across the north. A more southerly track would bring all snow.
Forecasters are advising residents and travelers to stay aware of the conditions, and be prepared to alter your plans on Wednesday and Thursday to accommodate the winter weather.