Snowfall measureMore measurable snow blew into the Eudora area Sunday morning.  This is the third major snow storm to hit Eudora in 2013. (Photo submitted by Rachel Fulks)

Eudora News and

Winter Storm Virgil (yes, we love The Weather Channel naming the storms) rolled through North East and East Central Kansas during the overnight hours dumping 4 – 6 inches of snow on the Eudora area.

Meteorologists say the snow is expected to continue through the morning hours but the heaviest has already moved through our area.

Crews in Eudora began plowing streets in the early morning hours and will continue throughout the day.  Stronger winds will continue to blow the snow over roadways making road conditions slick.

Caution is urged if your getting out and about this morning. KDOT has stated that all roads are open but report that both I-70 and K-10 are snow packed.  If you are getting out and about to head to church or any other location, allow plenty of extra time to reach your destination and be care as sidewalks will also be slick due to drifting snow.

The Winter Storm Warning continues until 1:00 PM this afternoon.

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