(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The season's second snow storm has been bringing snow to the area since late Friday afternoon and will continue into Saturday.
A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for much of the area until 6 p.m. Saturday. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for counties south of 36 Highway, including Platte, Clinton, Caldwell, and Livingston.
Widespread snow is expected to continue into Saturday morning with temperatures in the lower 30s. For Saturday, the snow will gradually become more scattered into the afternoon. Eventually, the snow will come to an end for good Saturday evening around 8 p.m.
Travel impacts are expected throughout northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas through Saturday. Travelling will be difficulut with slick, snow covered roads. If you have any travel plans, take it slow and allow plenty of time to get to your destination.
As for snowfall accumulations, a general three to six inches is expected. Snowfall totals will be a little more south of St. Joseph towards Kansas City and east towards Chillicothe where five to seven inches is expected.
- Winter storm continues into Saturday
- Isolated Storm Threat Continues
- Chance For Storms Continues
- KQ2 Forecast: Winter Storm Warning in effect until Saturday
- Slight Storm Chance on Saturday
- MoDOT prepares for winter storm
- Winter Weather Advisory begins Saturday night
- Need for winter coats continues to grow
- A Nice Friday Then Storm Chances Saturday
- Heat Continues With Storm Chances Monday