Winter Storm Warning Latest Updates: Winter storm warning issued for the Kansas City area. How much snow is expected?
In a single word, the National Weather Service in Kansas City on Wednesday summed up on Twitter the forecast for the metro area
“Snow.” An approaching winter storm is threatening to bring significant accumulating snow Thursday through early Friday to Kansas City and areas north of the metro, according to the weather service
Between 4 and 7 inches of snow is expected. Because of the impending storm, the weather service issued a winter storm warning for the Kansas City region that goes into effect at 9 p.m.
Wednesday and continues to 6 a.m. Friday. “Travel could be very difficult,” the weather service warned. “The hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening commute
The greatest snowfall totals are expected along and between the U.S. 36 highway corridor near St. Joseph and U.S. 50 highway corridor in the Kansas City area
Periods of moderate to heavy bands of snowfall are expected, especially Thursday morning, the weather service said
Snow is expected to begin falling across northeast Kansas and far northwest Missouri after sunset Wednesday. Snowfall will spread to the east and southeast overnight through Thursday morning
For the immediate Kansas City metro, snow is expected to start falling around midnight, the weather service said. Snow is expected to continue falling into Friday
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