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January 5, 2014 9:00 AM

Snow leaves roadways slick, dangerous; churches cancel services

Police and law enforcement authorities have reported several vehicle slide-offs and a few minor accidents after an overnight snowfall left highways and major roadways slick and icy. Sunday night’s temperature is expected to fall to 9 below zero, and wind chills are forecast to remain below zero into Tuesday. By Monday morning, the breeze could make Kansas City feel like 35 degrees below zero.

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