Monday, January 26, 2009

Freezing drizzle

The Kansas City area has been experiencing some freezing drizzle this evening. The light precipitation extends from eastern Kansas to North Central Missouri and south to I-70. It has produced a light glazing in many spots creating slick conditions on the roadways. The good news is the back edge is approaching the Kansas City area and the drizzle has transitioned to very light snow across the metro.

I wouldnt expect much from this snow, maybe a light dusting. There will another disturbence that will push through tomorrow and will aid in developing another area of light snow that will form south of Kansas City tomorrow morning and push northeast. By 10:00 AM, the area of snow will push into Kansas City with the heaviest band around Clinton, MO. The snow will continue its track north and east and should be out of the area by 2:00 or 3:00 PM.

I am expecting an additional dusting across northern Missouri to possibly 2 inches south of I-70 on Tuesday. This weather pattern has yet to put us in the right spot to get a substantial inter storm. There is still a chance, but I doubt it will happen.

I will have a new blog on Tuesday.

Alex Pickman


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