Northeastern Kansas is likely to see between one and three inches of snow Saturday, starting in the early afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect from noon until midnight, as a storm system develops across south-central and east-central Kansas. The snow is most likely to fall in the late afternoon and early evening, particularly along the highway Interstate 70 and east of Interstate 35.
The snow, expected in Douglas, Franklin, and Jefferson counties, will probably taper off by late evening, according to the weather service.
The high temperature for Lawrence today is 34 degrees, and the low tonight is 17. Southeast winds of 11 mph and cloudy skies are in the forecast.