Earlier today, we featured large fluffy snowflakes.
Well, the weather is a bit interesting today. As indicated in the previous post, the forecast for Kansas City proper is a mishmash of precipitation--snow, sleet, freezing rain, rain--you name it and we'll get it. The temperatures have been hovering around 32 degrees all day, with a north breeze stiff enough to slant the snow fall. Presently, it is around 30 degrees and the slush outside has a little crunch to it. The weather gurus think that the temperature will stabilize or even rise a little at higher levels, making it possible for a little freezing rain, before the temperature starts back down, and the precip turns to all snow sometime Sunday. Ugh, I much rather have snow then ice, and folks commenting on the KSHB weather blog are saying they are seeing some icing. I hope there isn't very much ice!