As the snow moves out, KC looks forward to a warmer work week - KCTV5 News


As the snow moves out, KC looks forward to a warmer work week

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The snow seems to be over for most of the KC metro.

For the rest of the afternoon and evening, there could be some drizzle as low clouds continue to move across the area.  

However, the temperatures are forecast to remain above freezing, so streets and roads should remain just wet through midnight.

Overnight, the sky will gradually clear and this may allow the temperature to drop to near freezing and, in some outlying areas, the temperature will drop below freezing.

Most likely, the morning commute will have few issues, but a random slick spot can't be ruled out.

According to the National Weather Service of Kansas City, “We have tied the coldest first week of April (1899) with an average temperature of 33.1 degrees. That would be normal for the week February 11th-17th!!”

You'll still need a coat on Monday as highs continue to be well below normal in the 40s.

Once we get past tomorrow we should have a very nice stretch of weather for the rest of the week before another strong cold front arrives next Saturday.  

At least one computer model thinks there could be light snow over northern Missouri next Saturday morning.  

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