Still VERY Cold

The temperature on Monday did not get above ZERO.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Brentt Williams says that is the first time since December of 1989.  Williams says the Wind Chill Warning in effect this morning will end at Noon.  He says we will see high temperatures for the day begin a slow warming trend as we head to the weekend. […]

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Be Aware Of Changing Road Conditions

As the winter weather system moves through the area today, The Missouri Department of Transportation is reporting road conditions are changing.  Early in the day, the Northcentral part of the state, including the Chillicothe area, saw mostly rain.  As the afternoon continues, the rain has been changing to snow, especially in areas to the north.  The National Weather Service says […]

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Slick Roads Caused Accidents

A Chillicothe woman was injured in a one-vehicle accident in Livingston County Friday morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that 36-year-old Courtney Hopkins was driving on Route A, 7 miles northwest of Chillicothe at 10:20 am when she lost control of the vehicle on a snow-covered road, ran off the road, hit a tree, and overturned onto the passenger […]

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Winter Storm Moving Through The Area

A Winter Weather Advisory is issued for all of the KCHI listening area, with a Blizzard warning for several counties in NW Missouri.  National Weather Services Meteorologist Pamela Pietrycha says this system will bring snow and blowing snow across the area. The winds will be a factor today, causing problems with visibility, blowing and drifting snow and wind chills. If […]

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Snow And Travel Saturday Morning

The KCHI listening area received a blanket of white Friday to bring in the new year.  The National Weather Service reports snowfall totals were generally two inches and above in the local counties. A few reports for the local area include Chillicothe with 4 inches of snow measured and reported by local spotters.  In Trenton, the total was 3 ¼ […]

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