After digging out, people enjoy snow

Sunshine came out to allow Osage County residents to dig out and then enjoy the snow, but another winter storm is expected to develop across the southern plains Sunday night, with potential to bring a mixture of rain, freezing rain and snow to northeast Kansas Sunday night. By late Sunday night and Monday morning much of the area could see a transition to snow and the snow could persist through Tuesday. At this time, it appears the heaviest snow Monday and Monday night will fall along and south of Interstate 70. Ten to 13 inches of snowfall will be possible with some locally higher amounts across east central Kansas. North of I-70 snow amounts are expected to be 6 inches.

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Above: A tube rider soon knows getting down the hill is a lot easier than climbing up. Left: Sledders are dropped off on top of Pomona Dam for a quick slide down the side.


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