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Light snow, thin ice glaze possible for Thanksgiving morning

Light snow, thin ice glaze possible for Thanksgiving morning National Weather Service graphic

Travel issues are possible across the KVOE listening area for Thanksgiving, but we're not expecting a lot of snow or ice with an incoming winter storm.

TV-13 meteorologist Doug Meyers says we could get light snow and a thin glaze of ice, thanks to a wintry mix of precipitation for the morning and early afternoon hours. Current indications have up to an inch of snow and a tenth of an inch of ice for parts of the area through noon. The mix will change to rain as temperatures climb to the mid-30s, and any freezing or frozen precipitation should be melted by the end of the day.

Further north and west, like western Kansas, much of Colorado and Nebraska, areas hard-hit by heavy snowfall Tuesday could have a round of light snowfall as well. Highways are partly to completely covered in north-central, northwest and western Kansas on Wednesday.

We'll keep you updated on KVOE, and KVOE social media. If you need to announce a schedule adjustment, call KVOE at 342-1400, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or post to Facebook@kvoenews.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 27 November 2019 15:10