KC area schools to close early Tuesday; slick roads possible

KC area schools to close early Tuesday; slick roads possible

"Precipitation is expected to begin Wednesday morning as ice pellets before becoming mixed with freezing rain near midday", states the weather statement.

The temperature had reached 63 degrees by 2 p.m.in Boston.

Evening rain showers will taper off around midnight with temperatures slowly falling for their highs the past few days.

The Kansas City area should expect patchy light freezing rain or drizzle to spread over the area late Tuesday morning into the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

The warning is now in place for Waterloo Region and surrounding areas on Wednesday.

The dense fog may affect Monday morning's commute due to reduced visibility. Temperatures will hover around the freezing mark overnight, with a low of 1 C.

The weather service strongly discouraged travel. A more impactful storm could bring some rain, snow, and freezing rain Wednesday night into Thursday.

Taylor said the high for Wednesday will be near -2 C.

Tuesday, the forecast in Lake Tahoe and Mammoth is partly cloudy with an expected 2-5 inches of snow.

The Kettle Creek Conservation Authority (KCCA) says flooding has been observed in some low-lying areas and officials are monitoring an ice jam north of Port Stanley.

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