‘Worst’ of today’s winter weather yet to come for Kansas, National Weather Service says


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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – The KSNT StormTracker is back home from covering morning winter weather, but the worst is still to come over the next few hours for Northeast Kansas, according to the National Weather Service.

The news comes after Topeka police started walk-in accident reporting due to the road conditions. The Topeka branch of the NWS reported “snow should begin tapering off by mid-afternoon with winds subsiding this evening.”

To stay up to date on the developing winter storm, visit the KSNT StormTrack weather page. To get a look at road conditions before traveling, view the KanDrive and City of Topeka road maps.

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