Light to moderate snow continues over parts of western and central Kansas. So far, the highest total recorded is 3.5 inches in Kanorado.
Farther east, it has been all rain this afternoon but a brief changeover to snowflakes is expected in the early evening hours before the precipitation moves out of the state.
No accumulation is expected for Wichita and Hutchinson but a trace to 1" is possible for Salina, Great Bend and Dodge City. The northwest should end up with 2-4 inches.
Clearing skies will work into the state tonight from northwest to southeast. Chilly overnight lows in the upper teens are forecast for Colby and Goodland. Expect 20s for most of the area with 30s in the far southeast viewing area.
We'll see sunny skies and cool temperatures Thursday. Highs are expected to reach the 40s tomorrow afternoon.
Gusty southerly winds will return Friday along with highs warming back into the upper 50s and lower 60s.