Another shot of snow, Saturday

Published: Jan. 20, 2023 at 8:31 PM CST|Updated: Jan. 20, 2023 at 8:32 PM CST
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HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - An upper level disturbance will spin into the Central Plains on Saturday, bring with it another shot of snow. As the low moves into Western Kansas, light snow will develop early Saturday in Southwest Nebraska with a few flurries possible in the Tri-Cities. The bulk of the snow will track from west to east through mid morning to early evening, with the the I-80 corridor on the northern fringe of the coverage area which extends through Northern Kansas, where modest accumulations will be expected. Lingering snow in southeastern areas of the state should be over by Sunday morning.

Minor accumulations, mainly south.
Minor accumulations, mainly south.(KSNB)

Winter Weather Advisories will go into effect for counties in Northern Kansas and Southeast Nebraska Saturday morning.

Winter Weather Advisories for possible slick roads in Kansas and Southeast Nebraska.
Winter Weather Advisories for possible slick roads in Kansas and Southeast Nebraska.(KSNB)

Accumulations will range from a dusting to trace amounts near the Interstate, to 1 to 3 inches in counties either side of the Kansas border.

Minor accumulation mainly south.
Minor accumulation mainly south.(KSNB)

Temperatures on Saturday will stay in the lower 30s, with Sunday a bit colder.

Statewide, Saturday
Statewide, Saturday(KSNB)
Statewide, Sunday.  A little colder.
Statewide, Sunday. A little colder.(KSNB)

Temperatures are expected to stay below normal the rest of next week. Multiple disturbances will bring small chances for snow Monday, though mainly in the southwest part of the state. Slight chances for on and off snow could occur Wednesday night into Friday of next week.

The next 7 days.
The next 7 days.(KSNB)