As recent as late Monday- it appeared the Arctic cold front and associated low pressure storm system would come through the Kansas City MetroRegion mostly dry.
Now- not only is the entire MetroRegion outlooked to have thunderstorms Wednesday- but possibly into early Thursday- and now there are increasing chances for some impact of frozen precipitation on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday).
Not only that- but now the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center (NWS/SPC) has about the southern 1/2 of the K.C. MetroRegion- including the Metro- in a forecast area of severe thunderstorms tomorrow- as shown by the accompanying graphic.
A far as the frozen precipitation falling in the MetroRegion- the exact area and amount of precip is still very unclear- so stay tuned....