Good Sunday morning bloggers,
Snow is falling across the entire KC metro area early this morning. There is one really nice band of snow moving across, and temperatures are just now dropping to 32°. The temperatures will likely continue to fall to near 30° or into the upper 20s during the next few hours, but the significant snow will push to the south by mid to late morning. Here is the precipitation shield as it was increasing at 5:45 AM:
The radar echoes were rotating south to southwest around the larger circulation, but also pushing south. You can see a few of the snowflakes in this picture of Breezy and Stormy:
Here is the surface map that was not very organized last night at just after 6 PM last night:
It was 70 degrees with thunderstorms forming last night, and this next map shows the much more organized storm and snow falling in Kansas City at 6 AM:
The bands of snow will continue developing with everything eventually pushing off to the south and east. Have a great morning and bundle up if you are heading outside. Thank you for spending a few minutes of your day reading the Action Weather Blog!