The smart money seyz that anything over 3 inches will bring local life in Kansas City proper to a standstill.
Meanwhile, assurances from city hall are already underway.
A few things to consider . . .
Bigger better towns can do more than one thing at the same time -- Notice that trash pickup has been delayed this week and locals will have to live with their garbage whilst snowed in . . .
As usual, any criticism will be forestalled by elected officials hiding behind all of the low level employees at Public Works.
Per ushe, we expect notes of triumph from local politicos when the sun melts most of the snow.
For now, we take a peek at snow preview and hope that weather newsies have over-promised.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
KANSAS CITY METRO (KCTV) -- With winter weather coming our way late Tuesday night, area road crews are already preparing for the several inches of snow expected to fall on the metro starting Tuesday night. The Kansas Department of Transportation's staff is spending Tuesday loading spreaders and mounting plows.
Road crews across Kansas and Missouri are preparing for a potentially severe winter storm targeting the area later this week. The Missouri Department of Transportation says they're working on plans to keep the roads as clear as possible. Those plans are constantly in flux though."We're still in the planning phases.
Developing . . .