We can expect a slightly lighter snow season, but StormTrack5 Meteorologist Gary Amble is fully expecting more snow than we've seen over the last two years.
It certainly feels like football weather as we draw closer to October.
Another batch of freezing rain will move into the area about 2 p.m. Thursday and lead to an additional .10" of ice.
Light snow will fall in the Kansas City metro through the evening hours tapering off around midnight or just before.
It's been about four years since a snowstorm dropped at least three inches of snow in Kansas City, but that could change. Meteorologists are tracking a band of snow, expected to blanket the metro.