KANSAS CITY, Mo. - SUMMARY:
A powerful cold front is moving through tonight and will bring a harsh weather change for Sunday. A few showers and rumbles of thunder will change over to a wintry mix during the overnight hours. As we move more to Sunday morning, sleet and light snow will be likely.
Most of the activity should begin to taper off by the early afternoon Sunday. However, highs will struggle to get out of the 30s and strong North winds will make it feel even colder. As far as accumulations, it's possible some locales pick up an inch or two, but warmer ground temperatures may cause some of it to melt away within a few hours. Best odds for accumulating snow will be South of Interstate 70, toward the Sedalia area.
The sky clears out Sunday night and then a warm front moves over for Monday. Our temperatures will respond just in time for St. Patrick's Day.