KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A winter snowstorm has coated roads across northern Missouri, closing dozens of school districts and some colleges.
The National Weather Service says that 3 to 9 inches fell across northern Missouri on Sunday. Kansas City International Airport temporarily suspended departures and arrivals as the storm hit the area.
On Monday, the University of Central Missouri and State Fair Community College in Boonville canceled classes, and the University of Missouri announced that it won’t open until noon. Among the school districts to call off classes are Boonville, Moberly, Lee’s Summit and Warrensburg.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol was reporting multiple fender-benders. And the Missouri Department of Transportation said a handful of roads are closed, including a stretch of U.S. 59 in Holt County and Missouri 46 in Nodaway County.