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  • Kansas City faces possible snow drought

    For the second straight year, Kansas City has a paltry amount of snowfall for the season. Some might call it a snow drought. At 4.5 inches, this year's snowfall is nowhere near the KC's yearly average of 18.8 inches of snow.

For the second straight year, Kansas City has a paltry amount of snowfall for the season. Some might call it a snow drought. At 4.5 inches, this year's snowfall is nowhere near the KC's yearly average of 18.8 inches of snow. Robert A. Cronkleton The Kansas City Star
For the second straight year, Kansas City has a paltry amount of snowfall for the season. Some might call it a snow drought. At 4.5 inches, this year's snowfall is nowhere near the KC's yearly average of 18.8 inches of snow. Robert A. Cronkleton The Kansas City Star

Snow drought in Kansas City? Total so far is paltry, but winter is far from over

February 08, 2017 12:00 PM