Forecasters are lowering their estimates for the snowfall in Wichita from the winter storm bearing down on the metropolitan area.
Wichita may only end up with an inch or two, because the more substantial moisture is staying north and east of the region.
“We’re going to be on the lower end” of the snowfall totals, said Robb Lawson, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Wichita.
Northeast Kansas could see close to double digits in snowfall, while Topeka, Manhattan and Salina are also poised to receive several inches.
The snowfall should continue through early Thursday morning.