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A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for parts of the KVOE listening area from 9pm Friday night, until 6am Saturday.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for most of the KVOE listening area until 5pm Sunday. This advisory comes just as local emergency crews report several accidents in the area, with icy road conditions to blame.

Sunday's winter storm brought snow and sleet, and left behind bitter cold temperatures across much of the KVOE listening area.

Wednesday is Winter Weather Awareness Day, a day where the National Weather Service urges residents statewide to prepare for winter.

Meteorologist Audra Hennecke says winter readiness is vital behind the wheel. This means having a vehicle emergency kit.

With a wintry mix of precipitation now out of our hair, attention is turning to another winter storm set to affect us early next week.

National Weather Service meteorologist John Woynick says confidence is increasing in a significant snowfall impacting eastern Kansas by early Tuesday.

A wintry mixed bag is still poised to affect the KVOE listening area and much of eastern Kansas this weekend.

Light snowfall Saturday is setting the stage for a frigid night Sunday.

Overnight lows could approach -10 and wind chills could go below -25, and a wind chill warning is now in effect from 6 pm Sunday to noon Monday for Lyon and most surrounding counties.

Saturday is America Recycles Day, and Emporia's Recycling Center has had a steady stream of people through its doors.

With official dredging on the John Redmond Reservoir about two months away, Kansas Water Office Director Tracy Streeter said things are humming along nicely.

Thursday's wintry mix of precipitation did nothing to knock down the fire danger Friday.

In fact, a red flag warning is now in effect for Lyon, Chase, Coffey and Greenwood counties until 6 pm.

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