Snow fell on parts of KELOLAND Monday and more is on its way.
The bitter cold returned on Sunday, and light snow greeted many in eastern KELOLAND on Monday morning. These hits of light snow will continue for the next couple of days.
KELOLAND is caught in a northwest flow, which means we'll have to time different pieces of energy that come in from the northwest to give us our chances for snow.
The first arrived Monday with more on the way for Tuesday and Wednesday. While these hits of snow are usually more of a nuisance than anything else, they do pack stronger winds and shots of colder air.
When these systems move through, they are usually low on moisture but some do pack a couple of inches worth of snow from time to time. Some of the raw computer models suggest some areas will have totals of four inches or more for Monday through Wednesday.