Some parts of the metro are now reporting snowflakes . . . Real snowflakes and not the rubes on social media who cry about contradictions against their political ideology.
Snow in November isn't uncommon or newsworthy at all.
TKC enjoyed the two and a half weeks of Autumn.
So far the streets are okay . . .
But that won't last long.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - November has greeted Kansas City with snowflakes. KSHB 41 Weather meteorologist Wes Peery caught a few falling in Kansas City, Kansas, and in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. With temperatures in the upper 30s, it's cool enough for the snowflakes to form and fall.