TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Peeking around Kansas on the Kansas Department of Transportation’s live highway cameras shows a rainy and snowy picture Monday morning.
Farther to the west on Interstate-70 near Hays, snow is falling and KDOT’s cameras showed the highway covered at 10:30 a.m. Road crews had the highway itself cleared of snow by around 12 p.m.
Looking near Manhattan showed a different story of wet, but snow-free highways in the morning. Frost moved into the area in the afternoon, but the highways stayed mostly clear.
The rain started to creep into Topeka early in the morning but consistently began drizzling around 11 a.m. A look at I-70’s Gage Boulevard shows a cloudy sky and damp pavement, but little snow.