Snow possible across Kansas through Sunday morning

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Early in the morning sleet, rain, and snow mix will begin to make its way into our area from the west. An estimated 3-5 inches of snow accumulation is possible, with a low temperature around 20 degrees and wind gusts of up to 29 miles per hour. It's not well organized.

Less than an inch of accumulation is predicted for Baltimore City, with 1 to 3 inches forecast in surrounding areas.

Clouds will increase late tonight, with overnight lows near 9°.

But this break will be brief.

The steadier rain has most likely wrapped up for Sacramento, but shower activity will continue through Sunday, said weather service meteorologist Cory Mueller.

You'll see on screenshots of future radar above and the map below, most of us will see an all snow event, however the Cape, Islands, and South Coast will likely change over to a period of rain. There's still a degree of uncertainty with this particular forecast, so the possible snowfall range is wide right now.

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Two Winter storms through Monday will bring snow to the region. These amounts will probably change later Saturday. Roads may even be slushy come Monday morning.

Temperatures across the Northeast will hover close to the freezing mark so that the snow will be more of the heavy, wet type.

I don't expect much in the way of coastal concerns with this storm. It's quite breezy as an unseasonably cold push of arctic air slides into the region.

The weather service said areas southeast of Goodland will be hardest hit, with heavy snow, high winds and wind chills dangerously low, reaching around negative 20 degrees. Wednesday and Thursday will stay in the 20s with lows in the teens.

When the snow is not falling steadily, it will have a hard time accumulating except on grassy areas, which will reduce the impact some.

The pattern continues to look active the first half of this month, so it's not going to be surprising if we see additional storms bringing the possibility of more snow.

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