Days after getting more than an inch of snow, the Kansas City area may be in for another round on Veterans Day, the National Weather Service said.
Sunday will start out with temperatures in the upper 30s to the lower 40s with some cloud coverage, according to the weather service forecast. During the afternoon, the area might see some light rainfall, and temperatures are expected to drop, creating an opportunity for snow that night.
“We are looking at another system to bring in another round of snow later tomorrow (Sunday). Initially it might start out as some light rain moving in from the east and then transitioning over to snow heading into the evening hours and overnight period,” said Pamela Pietrycha, a meteorologist at the Pleasant Hill office of the National Weather Service.
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“We’re not looking at a whole lot of snow at this point. It generally looks like a half inch for most locations. Some locations south of the I-70 corridor may see up to an inch, but generally less than that,” Pietrycha said.
Those going out on late on Veterans Day or early Monday may want to slow down due to slick spots on overpasses and bridges in case of snow or freezing drizzle, the weather service warned.
And don’t forget to dress for the chilly temps.
“As we transition into more of these colder temperatures, just make sure everybody bundles up before they head out,” Pietrycha said. “While it might not seem that cold, it doesn’t take too long to start feeling those colder temperatures.”