The bad (or maybe not so bad for some) news is that we'll still see enough snow for a white Christmas in Metro and MetroRegion Kansas City.
The very latest indications this Thursday morning Christmas Eve eve is that we'll see anywhere from 2 to 5 inches of snow- with the heaviest amounts looking to fall in the northern and northeastern parts of the Metro and MetroRegion by midnight Christmas morning.
The bulk of the snow should fall during the daylight hours Christmas Eve (tomorrow)- and be ending between 6 p.m. and midnight.
So far it appears any freezing drizzle or sleet amounts should be light and restricted to the morning hours tomorrow- but remember even light amounts of freezing drizzle can be dangerous on untreated surfaces.
Weather models indicate another storm that could possibly affect our area New Year's Eve/Day- but that's a little more than a week out yet and like this storm- we'll be on top of that one here at commercial/hype-free CSW....