Light snow was expected Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, and that’s what the KVOE listening area got.
Emporia had a partial dusting after snowfall began around 9 pm Tuesday. Snow totals increased the further north or west you go, but the highest totals reported — 2 to 2.5 inches — were out of the KVOE listening area.
Winter weather advisories for all area counties were canceled early.
Travel is unhindered in Emporia. Highways near Emporia have been affected to varying degrees:
*Seasonal driving is in place for Interstate 35 east of Kansas Highway 130; US 50 west of Saffordville; US Highway 56 west of Admire; US Highway 75 south of Interstate 35; Kansas Highway 99 from Emporia to Admire; Kansas Highway 58 east of Madison; Kansas Highway 170 from K-99 to Reading; and Kansas Highway 177 north of Cassoday
*Partly covered highways include US-75 across Osage County and K-170 from Reading to Burlingame
*Completely covered highways include US-56 between Admire and the Lyon-Osage county line and K-99 north of Admire
We’ll keep you updated on the travel conditions through the morning on KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media.