“High Impact” winter storm expected this weekend

andy lambertMarch 21, 2013

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The National Weather Service is predicting a “high impact” winter storm to develop over the Rockies Friday night with snow and rain developing across western and southwestern Kansas. Most of the expected precipitation is supposed to be snow, with accumulation amounts totaling 6+ inches in certain areas.

The brunt of the storm is expected to hit Saturday afternoon with high winds out of the north. Blowing and drifting snow will create low visibility and troublesome travel conditions.

Tune into KXXX-AM (790), KRDQ-FM (100.3), KLOE-AM (730), KKCI-FM (102.5) or KWGB-FM (97.9) for the latest information on the progression of this system. For closing and cancellations associated with this storm, look for updates on nwksradio.com.

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