For the past hour- rates of snowfall have decreased across Metro Kansas City- west to east.
However- strong north winds that will shift more westerly will blow the 8 to 16-inch snowfall around as well that that does fall over the next few hours.
Travel by commercial air from Kansas City is impossible- as well as travel on Interstate and major U.S. highways across the State of Missouri.
In addition- travel is difficult if not near-impossible at times on the Kansas Turnpike- I-35 and Metro Kansas side Interstates.
Snow will continue east and southeast of Kansas City through midnight- ending from west to east overnight..
Blowing snow will continue through daylight Wednesday morning- with temperatures falling into the single-digits and wind chills way below zero.