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  • First snowfall hits Kansas City and metro area

    Kansas City and the metro area got the first taste of winter as light snow began to fall mid-morning Wednesday. Snow flurries were causing wet roadways and trucks from Kansas Department of Transportation were out treating the roads on the Kansas side of the state line. Less than a half inch of snow was expected from the storm moving through the area

Kansas City and the metro area got the first taste of winter as light snow began to fall mid-morning Wednesday. Snow flurries were causing wet roadways and trucks from Kansas Department of Transportation were out treating the roads on the Kansas side of the state line. Less than a half inch of snow was expected from the storm moving through the area Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Kansas City and the metro area got the first taste of winter as light snow began to fall mid-morning Wednesday. Snow flurries were causing wet roadways and trucks from Kansas Department of Transportation were out treating the roads on the Kansas side of the state line. Less than a half inch of snow was expected from the storm moving through the area Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Tiny snowflakes falling in Kansas City; roads could turn dangerously slick later

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