A Wintry Mess This Week

We have a cold start to the week, but we hope to see the temperatures warm quickly today.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jimmy Barham says we will stay below the freezing mark today Barham says we are looking snow as the week continues Barham says we can expect around 5 inches of snow over the period, and that will depend […]

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Winter Storm Warning – Revised

The Winter Storm warning begins at 6:00 this evening for the western and northwest parts of Missouri, including the KCHI listening area.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Al Pietrycha says the rain and freezing rain is already affecting the areas to our north and west. Pietrycha says snow accumulations are expected on Saturday. He says use caution if you are on […]

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Snow Ended… Windy & Cold Continues

The snow ended early this afternoon, but the strong winds and colder than normal temperatures will stick around for a couple of days.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jared Leighton says road conditions are not expected to improve going into tonight. Leighton says we will see a slight warm-up but will stay below normal. That forecast period is right through the […]

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Winter Coat Donation Drive

If you just got a new winter coat or have outgrown the old one, that old coat can be used to help someone in need. 55 & Go, Livingston County’s Retired Senior Volunteer Program is accepting donations to the “I Will Donate A Good Winter Coat” program. 55 & Go Director Patty Mefford says “I Will Donate A Good Winter […]

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Wintry Weather Still Approaching

The precipitation that could have fallen on the Chillicothe area overnight stayed mainly south of us, moving through Carroll and Chariton Counties as rain, but National Weather Service Meteorologist Jimmy Barham says the system that will bring us snow hasn’t arrived yet. Barham says there is still the potential of 1-2 inches of snow for Chillicothe and the amounts could […]

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Deputy Finds Roads Slick

The freezing rain this morning is causing very slick road conditions.  Sheriff Steve Cox says even his deputies are not immune from the hazards of icy roads.  A deputy, responding to a traffic problem on 190 near the Daviess / Livingston County line, lost control while doing 20 miles an hour and went off the road and was hung up […]

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