Conner Marsh, 3, tosses a shovel full of snow off a stairway as he works with his mother, Rochelle Marsh, and brother Carson, 2, pictured in background at right. Parts of the Lawrence area received up to 4 inches of snow Monday night and early Tuesday, according to Matt Elwell, 6News meteorologist.
A flock of wild turkeys huddles under a tree that provides a bit of a wind break. The birds sought shelter Tuesday afternoon on land in Leavenworth County about 5 miles northeast of Lawrence.
Cameron Schmidt, 16, buries his brother, Corban, 11, in a snow drift at Centennial Park. School was canceled in Lawrence on Tuesday because of the snow.
Michael Jacobson, 9, left, and his brother Griffin, 11, shovel the sidewalk next to their East Lawrence home after a overnight snow of a couple inches fell on Lawrence. The brothers were shoveling Tuesday morning after learning that their school and other Lawrence schools had been cancelled due to the snow.
A Jayhawk statue on west Sixth Street is covered by Monday night's snowfall.
Central Junior High students Brandon Lewis, 13, background, and Riley Wolfe, 12, foreground, took to the snow for a day of fun in the parking lot behind Memorial Stadium as the Lawrence school district was closed.
Sophie Tate, 11, spends her morning off from school taking photographs of the snow around her West Lawrence neighborhood. Monday nights and Tuesday mornings snowfall left a couple inches on the ground and caused the cancellation of school Tuesday.
A road grader and a KDOT truck work along U.S. Highway 24/40 near the Lawrence Airport.
About four inches of snow blanketed Lawrence late Monday and early Tuesday morning. Sledders flocked to Centennial Park to take advantage of of the slippery slopes on Tuesday.