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The Emporia Farmers Market began its sixth annual winter market Saturday, and it was packed inside 701 Commercial.

Winter isn't officially here yet, but don't tell Mother Nature.

A winter storm warning now affects Lyon, Coffey, Morris, Osage and Wabaunsee counties from midnight Saturday to 6 am Sunday. As much as seven inches of snow and up to half an inch of a freezing drizzle-sleet combination are possible before Sunday morning.

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for parts of the KVOE listening area, as an unsettled (or messy) weather is forecast into early next week.

Our latest winter storm will being us a mix of wintry conditions through the upcoming weekend.

What's guaranteed is the possibility of rain, sleet, freezing drizzle and snow at some point between now and Sunday.

Wintry weather is still likely across the entire KVOE listening area between now and Sunday.

Our unsettled weather pattern is ending with a flurry -- in one manner of speaking -- as the aftereffects of light snow impact much of the KVOE listening area again Monday.

Winter Weather Advisories now cover the entire KVOE listening area until early Sunday morning in some cases.

Mother Nature is ringing in the new year with a winter storm for much of Kansas, including Lyon and most surrounding counties, on Wednesday.

Light snow is possible again for the KVOE listening area Tuesday.

The first winter weather advisories of the season now blanket the entire KVOE listening area. That's because light amounts of freezing rain and snow could cover the area by this time Friday.

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