KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Good Tuesday bloggers,
After having no snow through Dec. 31, we have sure made up for lost ground. We had 5.3 inches of snow in January, which is 0.4 inches above average. February ended up with 10.1 inches of snow, the 25th snowiest since records began in 1888. February averages 5.9 inches which put us 4.2 inches above average snowfall for the month. We average 1.7 inches of snow in March, and that is exactly where we stand now. I am here to tell you that March will finish with above-average snowfall. Now, the question is how much over? We are tracking a potential Thursday winter storm.
The four-and-a-half-minute video below details this next winter event: a possible full-blown winter storm.
Have a great week and stay healthy.