Kansas City Roads And Not Vladimir Putin Are More Likely To Kill You

A quick note about driving around tonight . . . Today's snow was more slick than sticky (ew) BUT it's cold and locals should be careful on this freezing evening.

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The light snow created slick conditions on area roads and highways. The Missouri Department of Transportation warned drivers that road conditions are likely to worsen as the day goes on.

As of mid-day Thursday, there had not been any reports of major crashes or significant injuries. Some minor crashes and slideoffs were reported in the hours following the initial snowfall, so drivers should continue take it slow and be cautious.

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Snow falls on the metro: Slick roads, but few major weather effects

KANSAS CITY METRO (KCTV) -- Snow started falling in the Kansas City metro shortly before 4 a.m. Thursday, putting an immediate thin layer on area surfaces and roadways. The snowfall comes exactly a week after a major winter storm that dropped record accumulation on the area.