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Crews Plowing & Treating Streets Overnight Sunday, March 2

Crews Plowing & Treating Streets Overnight Sunday, March 2

March 2, 2014

City of Lee’s Summit snow removal crews will continue plowing and treating secondary and residential streets overnight, Sunday, March 2. Primary roads will be plowed and treated by 9 p.m. tonight.

With extremely low temperatures expected tonight, the chance for snow melting will not begin to occur until Monday, March 3, when the sunshine arrives with a high near only 14 degrees. Residents are asked to use caution when driving and walking on pavement.

According to the forecast, there is a slight chance for more snow before 9 p.m. tonight and then a chance for flurries before the snowfall ends. Tonight’s low, 4 degrees below zero, with a wind chill from 13 to 18 degrees below zero. 

Monday, March 3, will be sunny and cold with a high near 14 degrees and a low near seven degrees. 

The wind chill during the day on Monday will be from seven to 17 degrees below zero and at night from two below zero to three degrees. On Tuesaday, March 4, will be mostly sunny with a high near 33 degrees.

The City’s Snow Desk is open and can be reached at (816) 969-1870.

Residents are reminded to do the following: 
 Remove vehicles from streets. 
 Shovel snow to the side of your driveway to lessen the amount of snow left at your driveway entrance. 
 Clear snow from around fire hydrants so they can be easily located during emergencies. 
 Do not make snow tunnels on or near streets or driveways. Snow plows and other drivers may not see the snow tunnels and could accidently injure someone playing inside of them.

As with all winter weather events, the City’s snow removal crews will continue to monitor the weather and update their response as needed.

To learn more about the City’s snow removal program, visit LSpw.net select “Snow and Ice Removal” or stay up- to-date on Nixle, Facebook and Twitter. Visit LSfire.net for Weather Safety Information. 

Residents are also encouraged to stay up-to-date on weather information by listening to local newscasts.


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