Severe weather season doesn't arrive for another few weeks, but the National Weather Service is set to begin storm spotter training sessions soon.
One more round of wintry precipitation is possible before we slide our way out of below-normal temperatures.
Light snow -- up to an inch at most -- is possible by the time the snow ends around mid-morning Monday.
Emporia firefighters handled a small fire in central Emporia on Sunday evening.
The current snowpack should melt off this week.
Temperatures are supposed to climb into the 30s by Wednesday and into the 40s by Thursday. That will bring smiles to a lot of area residents, but the concerns about fire danger and drought are set to resurface as the snowpack melts.
The annual Beta Sigma Phi Heart Dance filled the Anderson Building with people shrugging off the cold Saturday.
Jade Horn celebrated a month of being cancer-free Saturday, during the Emporia State University basketball double-header. She was featured on a recent Feel Good Friday.
The first legislative Dialogues session of the year attracted about 30 people to the Sauder Alumni Center Saturday, to interact with local lawmakers and ask questions about the biggest issues currently on tap at the Capitol.
The Lyon County Democrats had a quick meeting Saturday, introducing Jim Sherow as their guest speaker.