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Snow comes to the Kansas City area


5:40 am | The Belton School District is holding an AMI Distance Learning Day on Wednesday.

Here at Lee’s Summit North HS classes are virtual today, but there are still at least four snowplows here in the parking lot.

Lots of hard work from these guys who even started YESTERDAY!@KSHB41 pic.twitter.com/A7MOZ9IJkp

— Caroline Hogan KSHB (@CarolineHoganTV) January 25, 2023

5:30 | Kansas City, Missouri, Public Schools, Grandview C-4 School District and Harrisonville Schools are closed.

Raymore-Peculiar Schools will be holding a virtual learning day.

KSHB 41 News Traffic anchor Daisha Jones is monitoring an accident along Highway 169 southbound at I-29.

5:15 | Center 58, Spring Hill and Grain Valley schools closed.

KSHB 41 News continues to monitor road conditions in the subway.

An accident occurred on Interstate 35 northbound before Front Street in Kansas City, Missouri amid muddy conditions.

Early Wednesday morning, a Prius was trapped under a semi-truck and pulled approximately 8 miles along I-435. The driver of the Prius is alive and was freed from the vehicle.

5:08 | Gardner Edgerton USD 231 and Blue Valley Schools are closed on Wednesdays.

4:48 | Approximately 1-3 inches of snow accumulated around the Kansas City area Wednesday morning.

Be careful of the muddy roads on your morning commute.

The snow should stop between 6 and 8 in the morning

WEATHER FORECAST | Beware of slippery, overgrown and muddy roads for the morning commute

Crews around the KC area remain hard at work keeping road conditions in check.

Snowplow arriving in Raytown. More muddy roads, but definitely more buildup as we exited east.

We’ll stay here all morning until the snow comes down! @KSHB41 pic.twitter.com/uFDaLvOcjW

— Caroline Hogan KSHB (@CarolineHoganTV) January 25, 2023

KSHB 41 News has created a guide to help you keep track of road conditions near you.

As of 4:50 am Wednesday, 4,323 Evergy customers are experiencing power outages.

Thousands of customers who have experienced disruptions are in Roeland Park, Kansas.

A number of school districts in the Kansas City area have announced they will close for the day due to bad weather.

Raytown, KCK Public Schools, Shawnee Mission, Independence and Olathe school districts announced that students will not report to school on Wednesday.

Lee’s Summit and Blue Springs school districts will be holding a virtual learning day on Wednesday.

You can stay updated on the closures at KSHB 41 and online.

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