Wind chill values will be between -6 and 4 degrees on Friday in the capital city and northeast Kansas, according to the National Weather Service in Topeka.
Today's rain is expected to transition into a wintery mix around midnight and into snow later.
This will be rain in southern areas through daybreak Saturday, but with colder air moving in at low and mid levels, some icing (freezing rain and possibly sleet) is likely by mid or late morning until precipitation shuts off by about 1pm.
Ice accumulations would vary, Casey said, with up to 1/10 inch of ice possible in the Northern Panhandle.
"But this is a complicated weather setup and there's a lot of uncertainty, especially in the mid-Ohio Valley", Casey cautioned. As a clipper type low move in, we'll have clouds, snow showers and cold temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Potential western lowland snow amounts were being called "variable" and "uncertain" as of Friday morning.
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As of 11 a.m. Friday, meteorologists said water was starting to recede.
Rain drenched Marion County beginning around 5 a.m. Friday before turning to sleet and freezing rain by 1 p.m., with snow expected that evening and overnight. There is a chance of flash freeze (quick freeze over) on area roadways in southern areas at some point Saturday AM or midday (far southeast).