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Kansas City will record no snow in March for first time in 17 years

Kansas City will record no snow in March for first time in 17 years

On average, Kansas City gets about 2 inches of snow in March



AT THE PLAZA, 37 DEGREES, THIS IS A COLD MORNING, YOU WILL NEED A WARM COAT, NOT MUCH OF A BREEZE THERE, BUT ENOUGH TO MAKE IT FEEL LIKE FREEZING, NORTHWEST WIND AT ABOUT SEVEN. 26, IT IS ON THE THERMOMETER IN LAWRENCE, WHEN HE SEVEN IN ST. JOSEPH, COLDER SPOTS IN HERE IN MOST OF OUR COMMUNITIES ARE IN THE 30’S. OUR 12-HOUR FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE DAY, A CHILLY DAY DESPITE THE SUNSHINE, THE STRONGER NORTHWEST WIND DEVELOPING CLOSER TO NOON, THAT WILL LAST UNTIL 7:00 THIS EVENING. NORTH WEST, 15-20, GUSTING TO 30 MILES AN HOUR, A DRY, NORTHWEST WIND, ELEVATED FIRE DANGER FOR TODAY, NOT MANY REPORTS OF A LARGE GRASS FIRES THE LAST FEW DAYS, YOU HAVE BEEN DOING A GREAT JOB IN HELPING TO PREVENT THOSE FIRES FROM STARTING, BECAUSE THEY SPREAD QUICKLY WITH THE CONDITIONS WE HAVE. TONIGHT, TOMORROW MORNING, FREEZING COLD, WELL BELOW 32 DEGREES, 25 TO 28 DEGREES, SO THAT IS COLD ENOUGH TO DAMAGE TENDER VEGETATION IF IT STARTED TO SPRING UP OR IF YOU PLANTED EARLY FOR WHATEVER REASON, IF YOU HAVE PLANTS AND YOU WANT TO HOLD ONTO THEM, DO NOT WANT THEM TO GET DAMAGED, TAKE PRECAUTIONS THERE THURSDAY MORNING, TOMORROW MORNING. 55 AND SUNSHINE ON OUR FIRST ALERT 9 DAY FORECAST, THE ROYALS’ HOME OPENER, LOOK AT THE SURGING 70’S, EASTER WEEKEND, 77 DEGREES ON SUNDAY AND CLOSING IN ON 80 NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY AND OUR MOANING — MORNING LOWS CLOSE TO 60, A CHANCE OF SHOWERS

Kansas City will record no snow in March for first time in 17 years

On average, Kansas City gets about 2 inches of snow in March

If you’re a fan of springtime snow in Kansas City, then you were greatly disappointed this year.With the month almost over and no snow in the forecast, Kansas City will not have even a trace of snow in March for the first time since 2004. A snowless March is a rare thing in Kansas City. It’s only happened six times since 1889 (including this year) according to weather records from the National Weather Service in Kansas City.On average, Kansas City receives about 2 inches of snow in March.The month of March has also been relatively warm in Kansas City. Through Tuesday, we were 6.4 degrees above average for the month, and even warmer weather is in the forecast for the first week of April with temps expected to be near 80 next week.

If you’re a fan of springtime snow in Kansas City, then you were greatly disappointed this year.

With the month almost over and no snow in the forecast, Kansas City will not have even a trace of snow in March for the first time since 2004.

A snowless March is a rare thing in Kansas City. It’s only happened six times since 1889 (including this year) according to weather records from the National Weather Service in Kansas City.

On average, Kansas City receives about 2 inches of snow in March.

The month of March has also been relatively warm in Kansas City.

Through Tuesday, we were 6.4 degrees above average for the month, and even warmer weather is in the forecast for the first week of April with temps expected to be near 80 next week.

A snowless March in Kansas City.

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