A strong winter storm Sunday brought many hours of blizzard conditions to Kansas City and about half a foot of snow, the second highest one day day November total. Roads have gradually improved though many areas have melted and refrozen with chilly overnight temperatures. Many flights were canceled at nearby Kansas City International and I lost power at the house for about an hour, luckily with the gas fireplace already lit.
A mid-afternoon KCI observation shows the storm had quite a punch:
The weather has bounced around with at one point winter seemingly completely over as the trees started to bud and daytime temperatures reached into the 70s. While there were only one or two occasions of a good amount of measurable snow all season, there were two days that had at least a dusting in the last week of March.