A winter weather advisory will be in effect from 6 p.m. Tuesday through 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service office in Topeka.
Reader Carole Tomlinson snapped this photo of the edge of a cold front northwest of North Lawrence Thursday afternoon.
Persisting dangerously cold temperatures in Lawrence are presenting challenges for the city’s solid waste division and transit services.
Advocates for people experiencing homelessness are looking for supplies and volunteer help as snow and dangerously cold wind chills approach Lawrence.
There’s extreme cold and snow in the forecast for Lawrence. Here are some closures and service alterations, plus where you can find info on road conditions.
With dangerously cold temperatures in the forecast over the next several days, the Community Building will be open around the clock if the city can get enough volunteers.
Douglas County likely won’t get quite as much snow as the National Weather Service in Topeka had forecast on Monday, but some snow and very dangerously cold temperatures and wind chills are still on their way.
Very cold and very snowy weather is on its way to Douglas County.
The electrical grid that covers Kansas and western Missouri is expected to have plenty of power to keep up with demand this winter. But in the event of severe weather, the St. Louis area could be at risk.
Lawrence and the rest of northeastern Kansas is expected to see snow Monday evening into Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
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