Travel stays testing in western Kansas after tempest

Travel stays testing in western Kansas after tempest

GOODLAND, Kan. - Numerous streets in northwest and north-focal Kansas are in part or totally snow secured after a tempest dumped in excess of 5 inches (12.7 centimeters) of snow over the area. 

A stretch of Interstate 70 close to the state's western outskirt with Colorado was open again Wednesday after incidentally shutting Tuesday at the stature of the tempest. Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Tod Hileman encouraged drivers in a tweet to "Wait," including that it "doesn't look like fun!" Many voyagers accepted the exhortation, filling lodgings in the region. 

The National Weather Service says the absolute heaviest aggregations were in Goodland, where 7.5 inches (19.05 centimeters) fell, and north of the little town of McDonald, where 9.5 inches (24.13 centimeters) was on the ground. 

The tempest additionally unleashed ruin in different states, including Wyoming and Nebraska.