Update: The Emergency Accident Reporting Plan (EARP) is in effect for the City of Wichita. If you're in an accident and no one's hurt, no drugs/alcohol are involved and the cars are both driveable...just exchange insurance information with the other driver and fill out an EARP form...available at Quik Trip, Police Substations and online using the link below.
The National Weather Service in Wichita has issued a "Significant Weather Advisory" for Butler, Kingman, Reno, Sedgwick and Sumner Counties.
NWS Doppler radar indicated a narrow band of light to moderate snow across part of south-central Kansas at 11:30 this morning.
That band was affecting the Wichita metro area and visibilities could be temporarily reduced to around 1/2 mile with a dusting of accumulation possible.
Drivers are asked to be on alert for slick spots on untreated roads and overpasses.
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