Tonight we take a moment of pause as quite a few newsies attempt to hype an incoming weather system.
As always, we're unconvinced.
Also in the forecast . . . A run on french toast supplies given that many locals never learn that TV journalists feel perfectly comfortable creating local panic over the sky falling . . . Very much like most climate change activists.
Accordingly . . .
Here's a peek at the weather news that might or might not be as accurate as looking outside your window . . .
"During this time, people can expect heavy and mixed precipitation of snow and ice. Total snow accumulations could range from 3 to 5 inches. Ice accumulations could total one-tenth to an inch. Wind gusts as high as 35 MPH are also expected."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo.- Tuesday's warmth is the first leg of what will be a powerful storm that's set to move across the Midwest later this week. Temperatures at around 3 p.m. Tuesday are in the mid-and-upper 60s around Kansas City, with southerly wind gusts as high as 45 mph.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The National Weather Service has issued a winter watch for several counties in the Kansas City region beginning late Wednesday and into Thursday afternoon. Counties impacted by the watch include Clay, Cass, Jackson, Johnson, Leavenworth, Platte, Miami and Wyandotte among others.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Department of Transportation is warning drivers to make other plans ahead of Wednesday's wintry weather. FOX4 meteorologists predict rain will begin falling Wednesday. Temperatures will drop and the rain will transition to ice. The system is then expected to drop snow before moving out of the area.
Hide Transcript Show Transcript DRY. SO WE DO NEED THE MOISTURE. WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO DROP THROUGH THE0S 5 FOR THE EVENING HOURS STILL DRY TONIGHT. SO RUN YOUR ERRANDS AND MOST OF TOMORROW'S LOOKING DRY UNTIL THE AFTERNN.OO HOURS LOW TEMPERATURES ABOUT 55 DEGREES FOR KANSAS CITY 49 FOR HIAWATHA 52 DEGREESN I WARRENSBURG 48 IN TRENTON TWELVE HOUR FORECAST.
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