The latest forecast for snow in Kansas City is calling for accumulation in the metro area. Get the latest update on what to expect here.
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Forecasters say there is a chance of snow in Kansas City on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, but it’s too soon to say how much might accumulate.
The National Weather Service says a cold front will move through the area late Tuesday, bringing with it a chance of rain and snow. The best chance for accumulation appears to be north and west of the city, but forecasters say there is still some uncertainty in the forecast.
If you’re planning to travel on Wednesday, be sure to check the latest forecast before you go. And if you do encounter some snow, remember to drive safely and give yourself extra time to reach your destination.
What the Weather Forecast Says
If you’re wondering whether it will snow in Kansas City, the answer is complicated. The latest forecast shows a chance of snow, but it’s not a sure thing. Here’s what you need to know about the forecast.
National Weather Service
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AccuWeather is one of the most popular weather apps and websites, and for good reason. The app’s interface is very user-friendly, and the site provides detailed, hour-by-hour forecasts for the next week so you can plan your days accordingly.
In terms of accuracy, AccuWeather relies on a team of more than 500 meteorologists who use high-tech modeling to predict the weather. The company also has a network of weather stations around the world that help to provide even more accurate data.
The Weather Channel
The Weather Channel is calling for a chance of snow in Kansas City on Tuesday, with a high of 34 degrees and a low of 25. The chance of precipitation is 50 percent.
What the Farmers’ Almanac Says
As winter nears, everyone starts to wonder, “Will it snow in Kansas City?” We turned to the Farmers’ Almanac for some insights.
The Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a “teeth-chattering” cold winter for two-thirds of the country, and Kansas City is included in that forecast. The publication is also calling for above-normal snowfall in the Midwest.
Of course, it’s still early in the season and forecasters say a lot can change between now and winter. But if the Farmers’ Almanac’s predictions are accurate, Kansas City could see more snow than normal this year.
What Other People Are Saying
“There is a very marginal risk for some sleet and snow overnight into Sunday as a low pressure tracking along the Gulf Coast drags a cold front through the area. The better chance for seeing any accumulation of snow would be along and north of Interstate 70. Embed tweet: link
– NWS Kansas City (@NWSKansasCity) January 12, 2020”
After looking at the forecast for the next few days, it appears that the chances for snow in Kansas City are slim to none. However, with temperatures expected to dip below freezing at night, residents should be prepared for some icy conditions on roads and sidewalks.