Kansas City drivers could face slick roadways on Wednesday morning as patchy freezing drizzle and snow move in overnight. More wet weather is possible for the rest of the work week.
Some freezing drizzle or light snow is forecast for between 2 a.m. and 10 a.m. Wednesday, with a morning low of about 30 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. As the temperature rises, the precipitation is likely to change to rain after noon, with a high of 40 degrees.
The Missouri Department of Transportation cautions drivers to slow down, and to expect bridges, overpasses and hills to be ice-covered and slick.
MoDOT crews are watching the weather closely and will be out overnight to treat roads.
If you are traveling within the Kansas City area, you can go to kcscout.net for up-to-the-minute major highway conditions.
Rain continues to be possible through Wednesday night and is likely on Thursday and Friday.
As lows drop into the 30s on Friday night, the rain could turn to snow.