Cold weather descends upon KC again, snow possible overnight - KCTV5 News


Cold weather descends upon KC again, snow possible overnight

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The colder air that our meteorologists have been talking about has moved into the area and it's not going anywhere for a bit.

Late in the afternoon, some rain moved into the area. While not expected to be heavy, it was expected to stick around.

As evening temperatures fall through the 30s, we'll have a chance of a wintry mix shortly after sunset.

After that, there will be a chance of light snow during the overnight hours and early on Sunday morning. 

Around Kansas City, less than an inch is likely. If it does accumulate, it will likely be on grassy areas.

North of Highway 36 in northern Missouri, there could be up to an inch of snow. 

The cold will be the bigger story on Sunday, as highs sit well below freezing in the 30s.

A Freeze Warning has been put in place from 2 a.m. on Sunday until 9 a.m. on Sunday.

According to the National Weather Service, “These very cold temperatures could damage or kill sensitive vegetation that may have blossomed or been moved outdoors in the recent warm up.”

Conditions improve as we enter the new work week, where there is no snow predicted for at least the next seven days.

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