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Friday, December 16, 2016

Kansas City Weekend Weather

From US National Weather Service Kansas City Missouri:




Well, if you like snow, this forecast just got a little more exciting for you (and if you don't like the snow then don't shoot the messenger because I'm on your team)! However, first things first, as the snow is the second of our triple threat weekend. Threat #1 continues to be the potential for freezing drizzle today and tonight. South of a St Joseph to Kirksville line, light ice accumulations will be possible late this morning into the afternoon hours. However, along and north of the St Joseph to Kirksville line up to a tenth of an inch of ice accumulations will be possible as freezing drizzle is expected to begin late this morning and continue through tonight. Threat #2 will begin late Saturday morning as freezing drizzle will transition to snow. Snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches now looks possible over a large swath of the area including the KC Metro. The bulk of the snow will fall during the afternoon and evening hours before moving out of the area by midnight. Behind this storm system is Threat #3 in the form of very dangerous temperatures and wind chills on Sunday morning. Low temperatures by Sunday morning will range from zero to 10 below zero with wind chill values between 15 and 25 below zero and even approaching 30 below zero near the Missouri/Iowa border. Highs on Sunday will only reach the upper single digits to mid-teens. Everyone, please be safe out there this weekend!

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