A Snowy Morning In Kansas City

Good morning bloggers,

I was up all night monitoring this interesting development, and the snow has finally made it all the way up to I-70 and it is still expanding a bit farther north.  This time, temperatures are below freezing and it will stick to just about everything.  The road temperatures were just below 32 degrees, so this may cause some slick driving conditions for the morning rush hour.


I drew in the likely northern edge for accumulations.  Areas to the south will likely approach 2″ of snow, while the KC metro will range from a dusting to 2″ of snow possible.  This will be a quick blog this morning until we get through the morning hours.  Watch 41 Action News for more, and check my Facebook and Twitter feeds for quick updates, or in the blog comments at Weather2020.com.

And, then look at the radar an hour and fifteen minutes later, at 7:15 AM:

Screen Shot 2018-11-12 at 7.11.16 AM

The snow was increasing early this morning in response to a wave of energy breaking off of the developing storm system.  The storm is shearing out and the snow will fall apart this afternoon.  This means we will get around six more hours of snow first.  The snowflake contest may end this morning.


Have a great start to Monday and provide yourself with some extra time this morning for travel.  Our winter forecast will be issued Thursday night on 41 Action News.


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