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KQ2 Forecast: A Snowy Sunday Ahead

A couple of disturbances will be moving through the area starting early Sunday morning through Monday evening. These systems have been pretty hard to pin down and are still developing. The first system will cause snow showers starting Sunday morning and it will hang around overnight. Then system two moves in on Monday morning and could continue through the evening hours. Right now it looks like we could be seeing 2-5 inches of snow, with larger accumulations in counties to the south.

Posted: Dec 14, 2019 7:48 PM


** Winter Weather Advisory for the KQTV viewing area from 9am Sunday until 6pm Monday. ***

Saturday was certainly a chilly one with highs in the 30s here in northeastern Kansas and northwestern Missouri. Overnight, lows will fall to the twenties and we might start to see a few snow flakes.

A couple of disturbances will be moving through the area starting early Sunday morning through Monday evening. These systems have been pretty hard to pin down and are still developing. The first system will cause snow showers starting Sunday morning and it will hang around overnight. Then system two moves in on Monday morning and could continue through the evening hours. Right now it looks like we could be seeing 2-5 inches of snow, with larger accumulations in counties to the south.

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Hi: 64° Lo: 47°
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Maryville
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Savannah
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Cameron
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A line of thunderstorms will push through northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas Sunday afternoon. Some of these storms may be strong with large hail and heavy rain being the main threats. Fall-like weather will usher into the area Monday with highs mainly in the 60s and no hazardous weather expected through the week. The area could see its first frost overnight Friday/Saturday.
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