WICHITA, Kan. - The cold continues across much of Kansas. Light snow will be possible overnight Thursday into Friday, south of I-70. Snowfall accumulation will be light with less than one inch expected for most spots. Communities in Southwest Kansas could see between 1" and 3" of snow by tomorrow morning with the heaviest occurring along the Kansas, Oklahoma state line.
KAKE Meteorologist Jay Prater says conditions south across Oklahoma will see more of a wintry mix with higher accumulations. Travelers heading south are encouraged to check travel conditions before hitting the roadways.
Two flights at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport were affected Thursday night. A flight from Dallas-Fort Worth was delayed, but a flight from Chicago was cancelled.
Southwest reports that the first flight out and first flight in from Dallas are also cancelled for Friday. They recommend that if you have travel plans to check with your airline for updates.