By now it may seem like a familiar phrase, but another winter weather advisory has been issued for Leavenworth County.

By now it may seem like a familiar phrase, but another winter weather advisory has been issued for Leavenworth County.

This one is scheduled to go into effect at 4 p.m. today and end at 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

The storm could result in slippery road conditions. It may arrive early enough to impact people’s commute home this evening.

It is anticipated the storm will initially produce snow. But the Leavenworth area could see freezing rain mixed with snow as the storm continues into the early morning hours Wednesday.

In Leavenworth, three to five inches of snow will be possible with the storm. Little or no ice accumulation is expected, according to a NWS forecast.

The low temperature tonight is expected to be around 26 degrees. The forecast calls for a high temperature Wednesday near 35 degrees.

High temperatures are expected to reach into the 40s by the end of the week. But there is a chance of rain and snow Saturday.

The area has had a series of winter storms this season including one Friday that dumped three to four inches of snow in Leavenworth County. Another storm Saturday night produced freezing drizzle and an additional dusting of snow, according to Leavenworth County Emergency Management Director Chuck Magaha.

Magaha said the Kansas City metropolitan area has had about 23 inches of snow so far this winter season.

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