After a week of seeing temperatures climb near 80 degrees, Kansas City residents saw light snow fall and rain fall across the metro area Sunday morning. The snow, however, was not expected to accumulate. Rather, it made streets and sidewalks wet.
After a week of seeing temperatures climb near 80 degrees, Kansas City residents saw light snow fall and rain fall across the metro area Sunday morning. The snow, however, was not expected to accumulate. Rather, it made streets and sidewalks wet. File photo The Star
After a week of seeing temperatures climb near 80 degrees, Kansas City residents saw light snow fall and rain fall across the metro area Sunday morning. The snow, however, was not expected to accumulate. Rather, it made streets and sidewalks wet. File photo The Star

Snowflakes fall and storms loom as KC’s roller-coaster weather continues

February 26, 2017 09:22 AM

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