Heavy snows across southwest Kansas dropped snow at rates over an inch an hour at times, accumulating over 4 inches within 3 hours. Snows were expected to continue overnight with accumulations over half a foot possible by morning. Winter Weather Advisories were issued for much of Kansas through Monday.
Scene 1: Snow plow driving by the Garden City welcome sign as heavy snow falls.
Scene 2: Closer shot of the Garden City sign with heavy snow falling as traffic drives by.
Scene 3: Oncoming traffic, including a snow plow, driving through very heavy snow.
Scene 4: Oncoming traffic driving through heavy snow.
Scene 5: Extremely heavy snow falling in street light.
Scene 6: POV driving shot through very heavy snow on US-50 on the east side of Garden City.
Scene 7: POV driving shot following snow plow on US-50.
Scene 8: Snow plow leading a line of cars through heavy falling snow.
Scene 9: Pickup truck coming to a stop at an intersection in heavy falling snow.
Scene 10: Cars pulling out of intersection while heavy snow falls.
Scene 11: Car passing through heavy snow.
Scene 12-13: Accumulating heavy snow falling over a car dealership.
Scene 14: Heavy snow falling on traffic lights at intersection.
Scene 15: Static snow shot of oncoming car with snow falling.
Scene 16: Panning shot of car driving through snow.
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