Kansas Citians are not likely to see a white Christmas this year, unlike Christmas 2009 where 5-10 inches of snow fell in the metro area. Max Parker, who was then 7, sent the snow flying as he and his dad Mitch Parker took advantage of the weather at suicide hill in Brookside.
Kansas Citians are not likely to see a white Christmas this year, unlike Christmas 2009 where 5-10 inches of snow fell in the metro area. Max Parker, who was then 7, sent the snow flying as he and his dad Mitch Parker took advantage of the weather at suicide hill in Brookside. Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star
Kansas Citians are not likely to see a white Christmas this year, unlike Christmas 2009 where 5-10 inches of snow fell in the metro area. Max Parker, who was then 7, sent the snow flying as he and his dad Mitch Parker took advantage of the weather at suicide hill in Brookside. Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star

White Christmas? Only in Kansas City’s dreams

December 17, 2015 08:36 AM