Titan Eugene Thieszen is reporting 4-8” of snow on the ground near Hanston, Kansas, this morning, with snow still falling. Back here at Titan HQ – West, we’ve had about an inch or two in Central New Mexico.
As it looks right now, the heaviest snow will dissipate from west to east today as the upper system departs the region, but cold temperatures will remain. We are likely due for a very cold night for parts of the area into tomorrow morning.
Snow should taper off across SW Kansas by the afternoon, and the freezing/frozen precip on its SW flank should end by then. Some ice accumulations greater than .1” are possible, which will be enough to take down some tree branches across NW OK possibly.
Winter is here. Bundle up today and stay off the roads in the regions impacted short term!