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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -
Summary: The snow is gone, but the cold air is still here. So far the higher snow totals from yesterday were to the North of Kansas City, as expected. Maryville picked up 3.5" while the Metro saw under an inch.
**Be very careful this morning as slick spots are likely on some roads and sidewalks.**
We're not expecting any new snow during the work week. However, we will go on a bit of a roller coaster ride with the temperatures. The mornings will be cold to start the week, and then by Thursday and Friday we will finally see highs above freezing for the first time in days!
Our next chance for moisture appears to show up on Saturday. Highs will be in the upper thirties, but we could still see a little light snow mix with rain.
For more in-depth weather information go to our weather blog at http://weatherblog.kshb.com
Here's Kansas City's Most Accurate Forecast
Today: Partly cloudy and quite cold. Frigid wind chills as winds will be from the North at 5-15 mph. High:
Tuesday: Sun and a few clouds, not as cold. Wind: SW 5-15 mph. Low: 6 ° High: 31 °
Wednesday: Another cold day with temperatures staying in the middle 20s and partly cloudy skies. NW 5-15 mph. High: 26 °
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