KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Multiple school districts have announced Sunday evening that classes will be canceled for Monday due to snowy weather.
The snow began falling in some areas just before 7 a.m. in some areas. More snow is expected to fall on Monday and with people heading back to work, there could be issues on the roadways come Monday morning.
Kansas City Public Schools announced that classes would be closed Monday along with Lee’s Summit, Liberty, Blue Springs, Independence, Leavenworth, Ray-Pec schools, Belton, and Harrisonville.
KCK Public Schools, Olathe, and Shawnee Mission have also announced no classes for Monday. See the full list at the bottom of this story.
Snow is expected to fade after 8 p.m. Sunday with some areas reaching up to eight inches. Snow is expected to start falling again Monday morning.
A winter storm warning remains in effect for the Kansas City metro until 6 p.m. Monday.
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