Nov 6, 2023
Transitioning from fall to winter creates a variety of weather conditions across Kansas. This might include above average temperatures, frosts and freezes, rain, snow, ice and winds that can create dangerous wind chills. Kansas State University meteorologist Chip Redmond says we need to be for rapidly changing conditions. For example, he says this year an El Niño could lead to a cooler winter and more snow. He discusses how to dress for frigid temperatures, why it’s necessary to be prepared for potential problems when traveling, being mindful of how physically exerting it is to shovel heavy, wet snow and what we can do to keep our homes warm this winter.
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