More snow is headed for Kansas City tomorrow. Here’s what to expect

More snow is headed for Kansas City tomorrow. Here’s what to expect

The high temperature Monday is forecast near 33 degrees with a low temperature of 32 degrees by Monday evening, according to the weather service.

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Barry, Barton, Benton (Mo.), Cedar, Christian, Dade, Dallas, Dent, Douglas, Greene, Henry, Hickory, Laclede, Lawrence, Polk, Shannon, St. Clair, Texas, Webster and Wright Counties.

Forecasters say that between 1-3 inches of snow will fall in the unadvised areas.

Snow fell across the metro Sunday causing slick conditions for drivers and began falling again across the metro late Monday morning. Ice accumulations are expected to be near one-tenth of an inch or less.

"Freezing rain and mixed precipitation will spread eastward into the Midwest later today and into the Ohio Valley tonight", a statement from the NWS read.

The line of snow and icy rain, which has already wreaked havoc in Missouri, has prompted the weather service to issue winter weather advisories from Kansas to southern New England and winter storm warnings from parts of Missouri to Indiana.

The snow will come in after 7 p.m. and continue through 1 p.m. Tuesday. The first is happening today, with snow for most, and a wintry mix for south central and southeastern Kansas (mainly along and south of the HWY-400 and the Kansas Turnpike).

Series of images from RPM computer model output of Sunday afternoon showing snow overspread the area early Monday morning, transitioning to light wintry mix Monday afternoon, to all rain on Tuesday except for patchy icing in the mountains. There will be a slight chance of snow flurries in the afternoon.

While Wednesday through Friday are expected to be sunny to mostly sunny, the highs on Wednesday and Friday will be barely above freezing and on Thursday won't crack 29, the weather service predicts.

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