Winter weather moved through Kansas Thursday morning, bringing slick roads that led crashes and slide offs across Wichita.

Westbound Kellogg saw delays all morning after a crash near Washington. Northbound 235 was in a similar situation after a crash near 29th N. There were other crashes across the area, but no serious injuries were reported.

The highest snowfall amount recorded in Wichita so far is 2.4-inches. That came from the 21st and Maize area. 1.7-inches of snow was recorded at the Eisenhower airport.

Snowfall amounts pick up as you head west, especially to the southwest. 5.5-inches of snow was recorded in Kingman County, near Zedna. Pratt saw 4.5-inches. Below is a breakdown of storm reports.

Coldwater, Comanche County, 12-inches
Plains City, Meade County, 12-inches
Ashland, Clark County, 9-inches
Liberal, Seward County, 4-inches
Dodge City, Ford County, 3.5-inches
Medicine Lodge, Barber County, 3-inches
Goddard, Sedgwick County, 2.2-inches
Anthony, Harper County, 0.5-inches