KANSAS CITY, Mo. — FOX4 Weather tracked a quick-hitting system that triggered a Winter Weather Advisory for Christmas night. The advisory was initially issued through midnight, but the National Weather Service lifted it for all area counties just after 10 p.m.

The system dropped north to south where radar showed mostly snow as it worked through the area, but there were some ice pellets and freezing precipitation in the mix. Use caution if you’re driving on Sunday night through Monday morning.

Temperatures will hover in the mid-20’s Sunday night with the wind making it feel like it’s closer to 10 degrees throughout the area.

Looking ahead to Monday, the system moving through will cause temperatures to take another tumble. Expect a cold start to the week before temperatures begin to rebound, leading to expected highs in the 50’s Wednesday through Thursday.