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More wintry weather for the Plains

9:11 P.M. ET 2/7/2005


John Desjardins, Senior Meteorologist, The Weather Channel



A storm system will emerge into the Plains overnight, bringing more snow and even some ice to the central Plains. Parts of Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa received three to six inches of snow Sunday night into Monday and more is in store for Tuesday. A winter weather advisory is in effect for much of Kansas as moisture overrides cold air at the surface. The result could be light freezing drizzle across much of the region. Any freezing precipitation will change over to frozen precipitation – snow – by daybreak on Tuesday. One to three inches of snow are possible across parts of Kansas and Nebraska during the day on Tuesday, with some locally higher amounts possible. The snow will push eastward into Iowa and Minnesota by late in the day. This same storm could bring snow to the Northeast later this week.

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