A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for the entire KCTV5 viewing area from 6 p.m. Monday until noon Tuesday. (KCTV5)Now that the snow has moved out, the Kansas City area is faced with dangerous wind chills. There won't be much warming Monday as temperatures fall through the morning and afternoon. A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for the entire KCTV5 viewing area from 6 p.m. Monday until noon Tuesday.
Not much snow is expected until late on Saturday night. Before that happens, Saturday will be bitterly cold with highs in the teens to low 20s. Skies will be mostly to partly cloudy with more breaks of sun later in the day. Our snow chance moves in after midnight and continues into Sunday morning. Half an inch to an inch of snow could be on the ground by the afternoon. Sunday will actually be a warmer day. We'll still be below freezing with highs in the upper 20s or low 30s, but it won't be as bitter.
Snow showers wrapped up in the morning, but hazardous travel continued into the afternoon. This was especially true on snow-covered roads and side streets. Related coverage: Semi flips on its side as slick roads cause wrecks in metroNow, a Winter Weather Advisory has been put into place for most of the KC Metro from 11 p.m. until 9 a.m. on Monday. A Wind Chill Advisory has also been set to take effect from 6 p.m. on Monday until Noon on Tuesday.
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Selecting a term
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