A slow-moving cold front southeast of Wichita will eventually push through and out of the southeast corner of our state by evening. You can expect thick clouds, gusty northerly winds and tumbling temperatures in the wake of the front. Rain and areas of snow over parts of Kansas here this afternoon.
Right now, it appears snowfall totals of 2-4 inches will be possible for the Goodland, Colby and Hays areas. The snow, combined with gusty northerly winds of 40 mph or more, will yield blizzard conditions for some. A Blizzard Warning remains in effect for Goodland, Tribune, St. Francis and Burlington Colorado. Expect reduced visibilities in blowing snow but the ground is still fairly warm so most roads will just be wet but some slick spots could develop.
Elsewhere over Kansas, a trace to 1" of snow will be possible from Salina to Dodge City. Most of central and eastern Kansas will see rain but there could be a light rain or snow mix around Hutchinson and Wichita Wednesday evening however no accumulation is forecast.