We compared roads in KCMO and KCK and Johnson County., where residents had very different stories about their driving experiences.
Just a few feet could make a big difference for drivers dealing with snowy roads. David Mazzarez can barely make it through his neighborhood or up to his house on Bell Street in Kansas City.
"It's horrible to get around. As long as you can get up and over to State Line, you're fine but better be able to get there first," he said.
We then headed over to Kansas City, Kan., could barely get through the snow-packed streets. But in Westwood Hills, it was a very different story as we saw something we hadn't seen all night: pavement.
"You can tell when you're in Westwood and you can tell when you're in Kansas City because the streets are dramatically different," resident David Gomoletz said.
Both Kansas City, Kan., and Kansas City, Mo., expect to get through smaller neighborhood streets by Thursday morning.