Drivers navigated through low visibility as a snow squall moved over northwestern Kansas on Tuesday, February 25, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper said there have been a “significant” number of wrecks due to the slick, snowy weather. The Kansas Department of Transportation said it temporarily closed westbound Interstate 70 near the city of Salina due to car crashes.
A high wind warning was also in effect for multiple Kansas counties, with gusts reaching 60 mph, according to the NWS.
This video, filmed on Tuesday morning, shows reduced visibility along US Route 24 near Goodland, Kansas. Credit: @Brandon_RTWX via Storyful