Winter Weather Advisory issued February 14 at 3:15AM CST until February 15 at 6:00PM CST by NWS

…Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for north central, east central and northeast Kansas from 6 AM through 6 PM Friday… .An upper level disturbance will move east across the state of Kansas on Friday bringing a chance for light to at times moderate snowfall. The heavier snowfall will be along and north of a Concordia, to Topeka, to Lawrence line.

Winter Weather Advisory issued February 11 at 4:59AM CST until February 11 at 9:00AM CST by NWS

…Light Wintry Mix is expected through the evening… .A light wintry mix of freezing drizzle, sleet, and snow is expected to develop across northeast and north central Kansas through the morning hours. Periods of a light wintry mix will transition to all drizzle and rain for most of the area this afternoon with the exception of far northern Kansas where

Winter Weather Advisory issued February 11 at 3:43AM CST until February 11 at 9:00AM CST by NWS

…Light Wintry Mix is expected through the evening… .A light wintry mix of freezing drizzle, sleet, and snow is expected to develop across northeast and north central Kansas through the morning hours. Periods of a light wintry mix will transition to all drizzle and rain for most of the area this afternoon with the exception of far northern Kansas where freezing

SPC MD 79

MD 0079 CONCERNING WINTER MIXED PRECIPITATION FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHERN OKLAHOMA…SOUTHERN/EASTERN KANSAS…AND WESTERN MISSOURI

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Mesoscale Discussion 0079
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
0751 PM CST Wed Feb 06 2019

Areas affected...Portions of northern Oklahoma...southern/eastern
Kansas...and western Missouri

Concerning...Winter mixed precipitation 

Valid 070151Z - 070745Z

SUMMARY...Winter mixed precipitation will develop across portions of
northern Oklahoma, southern/eastern Kansas, and western Missouri
tonight. Heavy freezing rain/sleet are possible.

DISCUSSION...A strong upper-level trough is moving onto the Plains
this evening and a strengthening low-level jet is increasing
warm-air advection above a cold air mass across Kansas/Oklahoma. A
couple of elevated multi-cellular convective clusters are moving
along the northern edge of the low-level jet/warm-air advection.
Mid-level lapse rates are steepening as cold air aloft spreads
eastward, which will increase coverage of storms/showers in the next
couple of hours across portions of northern Oklahoma,
southern/eastern Kansas, and western Missouri. The warm-nose should
remain in place tonight within the MCD area at 850-700 mb with below
freezing surface temperatures resulting in freezing rain and sleet.
MUCAPE of 250-1000 J/kg and mixed-phase clouds should result in CG
lightning and could produce locally heavy freezing rain/sleet.
Generally, precipitation rates will be 0.05-0.15" per hour with
widespread ice accumulation expected. In areas with stronger surface
winds, ice accretion will be more efficient and sleet accumulation
is also possible within convective bands/showers.

..Nauslar/Edwards.. 02/07/2019

...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov for graphic product...

ATTN...WFO...SGF...EAX...TSA...OAX...TOP...ICT...OUN...DDC...

LAT...LON   36889576 36729640 36559698 36309778 36239828 36179871
            36259904 36469929 36779937 37079938 37289936 37759901
            38729772 39409672 39959585 40029518 39979472 39739418
            39399362 39059332 38739318 38399326 38039369 37979382
            37619430 37329469 37129505 37029535 36889576 

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