KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for potential snow or a mixture of precipitation on Monday. Temperatures are dropping and we will have our first freeze during the day on Monday. This is not a very strong storm system, and there are still a lot of questions.
As of late Sunday night, we are expecting a dusting to 2 inches of snow. There might be a band that has more than 2 inches, and there also will be a few locations that barely have a dusting. The temperatures will be cold enough, where even a little bit might cause a few slick spots.
- Now - 6 a.m.: Drizzle or very light snow developing west and north of Kansas City. Roads will be dry to damp, and with temperatures above freezing it should not be icy yet.
- 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. Periods of drizzle, freezing drizzle, sleet and snow. It might change to all snow for a few hours. A few slick spots are possible.
- After 4 p.m.: Precipitation will taper off to some freezing drizzle or flurries.
We are expecting a dusting to 2 inches in most spots.
Later this week:
There is another storm later in the week, but it is all rain. And, a big warm up is likely for the Halloween weekend.