A winter weather advisory is in effect -- for the entire KPR listening area -- until 6 o'clock tomorrow (TUE) morning. Kris Craven is the meteorologist on duty this (MON) morning at the National Weather Service office in Topeka.
Craven expects areas west of Topeka and Manhattan to get the heaviest snowfall amounts.
Winter Weather Moves into Eastern KS (newscast version #2)
Snow is on the way! The National Weather Service says a winter weather advisory is in effect for eastern Kansas. Forecaster Kris Craven says up to four inches of snow could be on the ground by tomorrow (TUE) morning.
The winter weather advisory remains in effect for northeast and east-central Kansas until 6 o'clock tomorrow (TUE) morning.