Science Seyz EPIC Climate Change Chill Returns To Kansas City

On days like these, skeptical souls might doubt the impact of the changing climate.

First of all . . . HOW DARE YOU!!!

More importantly, the Children's News Network explains the science:

CNN: Why we still have brutal cold snaps even as the planet warms to record levels  

On a more practical level, here's the reality of our situation for the weekend:

"Friday morning gusts up to 25 mph along with single digit and feel-like temperatures between -10° and -15° with windchill advisories in effect for the metro and south until noon Saturday."

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Wind chills could hit 25 below zero. How long will the bitter cold last over KC?

Arctic air, cold temperatures, wind chill as low as 25 below zero expected in the Kansas City weather forecast. When will it warm up?

65-year-old woman dead following house fire earlier this week in Shawnee

The Shawnee Fire Department has identified the victim as 65-year-old Patricia Stevenson.

Charlie's House in Kansas City takes initiative to prevent house fires caused by space heaters

In response to the recent deadly house fires around the Kansas City area, a local organization has stepped up its efforts to educate and empower the community with crucial house safety tips.

'Quite literally a snowball effect': Kansas City small businesses suffer during cold snap

As snow and ice remain stuck to the sidewalks of Kansas City, small businesses are struggling to get customers in the door.

Homeless shelters are struggling with overflow levels during Kansas City's extreme cold stretch

Kansas City is in a bit of a break from the brutal weather, but it's still unsuitable to be outside all day or at night

Kansas City-area school closings, remote learning for Friday

Multiple Kansas City-area school districts have canceled or switched to remote learning for Friday.

Extreme weather has KC Pet Project over capacity during typically manageable winter months

The recent sub-zero temperatures and cold has kennels packed full in Kansas City

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