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Rain and snow possible for the Chiefs game on Saturday

WEATHER HEADLINES

  • Winter weather arrives during the Chiefs game on Saturday, starting as rain between 1-3pm and turning to a mix of snow and wet rain during the game
  • About 0.5” of snow possible around the KC metro area with some sleet possible, little to no snow possible south of I-70 with 1-3″ of snow most likely in NW Missouri and the far Northeast from Kansas
  • Another possible winter weather system Tuesday night through Wednesday

KANSAS CITY FORECAST

Today: Cloudy and cold with a chance of a rain/snow mix increasing throughout the afternoon for the Chiefs game. Initially temperatures are around 36°-39° which will melt any snow that does fall. A change to snow and minor accumulations of sleet is possible after dark. Wind: E-SE 5-10 mph. High: 39°

Saturday night: Light snow possible decreasing after midnight. Temperatures will drop below freezing, so moisture on the roads could freeze and cause slippery patches. Under: 27°

Sunday: Cloudy and cold. Wind: NW 5-15 mph. High: 36°

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