1030 AM UPDATE
Well, the increase we were looking for occurred, snow is spreading and increasing across Kansas City. The snow is increasing, but with temperatures above freezing roads will stay mostly wet unless you are under a heavy snow band/shower. The heavier snow would temporarily create slick spots.
Here is our latest thinking for the snow and mix today.
Good Sunday bloggers,
This is the second straight April Sunday with a chance of snow and other forms of precipitation. The good news is that anything that falls will have a low impact on the roads as temperatures will stay above freezing. This means we are looking at mainly wet roads through the day with the only way they get slick is if the snow comes down heavy in your location. It is quite tough to determine the locations of heavier snow as we are dealing with a disorganized storm system made of several disturbances.
As of 845 AM there was an area of snow, sleet and rain in southeast Kansas and an area of mostly rain in northwest Kansas. These two areas will try to join up by noon. If they do not, then it will be dry for most of the rest of the day. If they do, then we will see the mix begin in our area by noon.
This is the area that we will be looking to for an increase in precipitation.
Here is our latest thinking.
We will update through the day as necessary.
Have a great rest of your weekend and week ahead.