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Event #11

Temperatures are to fall below freezing by Midnight. Trucks are out spreading all streets with material/ […]

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Event #10

Light wintry mixture of precipitation is expected in Overland Park throughout the day today, and lasting until 11 pm tonight. Road temperatures are not expected to drop below freezing until 5 – 6 pm. Once the road temps drop below freezing Overland Park could see a light glaze of ice as well as a half […]

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Event# 8

All Priority Roads have been plowed and treated. Truck are currently plowing and treating residential streets. All Streets should be completed by 4 pm. […]

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Event #8

Forecast is calling for road temperatures to be at or just below freezing starting around 10 pm. Light rain changes over to all snow at 10 pm and will start sticking to pavements shortly after changeover. Overland Park is expected to see snow totals of .5 – 1.5 inches before the storm is over. Pavement […]

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Forecast is calling for snow to start in Overland Park around 5 am. Currently road temps are above 32 degrees, but the snow could overwhelm pavements for a few hours causing some of the snow to stick. Snow will turn to rain between 9 – 10 am and the slickness concern will be gone. Crews […]

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Event # 6

As drivers finish up the priorities, they are being directed into the residential area’s to start treating the streets with salt. We expect everything to have been treated by 7:00 am. […]

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Event # 6

Night shift is reporting in at 2:30 am and will start treating the priority streets. Forecast at this time has temps getting below freeze between 5:00 am and 6:00 am, about the time the drizzle moves out of the area. Temps expected to rise above freeze around 9:00 am. […]

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Event #6

As of 11:30 this morning, all street have been treated with material. We will monitor for any refreeze that may occur tomorrow morning. […]

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Snow Operations

Drivers are wrapping up plowing operations. All street have had a plow truck, plow and apply deicing materials. There were several streets with parked cars that didn’t allow the drivers to clean up properly. […]

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Snow Operations

Plow drivers have been working on plowing the Thoroughfares and Residential streets since 1:00 pm today. We anticipate have all streets plowed sometime Sunday morning. […]

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Snow Operation

Drivers have completed treating all the residential and arterial streets with deicing material. Drivers are beginning to plow arterial streets and will continue until the snow stops. […]

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Snow Operations

Drivers have completed treating all the residential and arterial streets with deicing material. We are monitoring the conditions as the heavier snow isn’t expected to move in until around 6am. […]

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Snow Operations

The night shift reported at 7:30 pm. Drivers will be heading out at 8:30 pm to start applying deicing materials to the arterial and residential streets. […]

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Trucks are plowing all thorough fares and collector roads. They started plowing around 9:45 am and will continue to plow the thorough fares and collectors until the accumulating snow stops. […]

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Dec. 15 2019 Light snow is expected to start falling between 7 – 9 am. Between 9 am and 5 pm snowfall rates are expected to be between 1/2 to 1 inch per hour. Snow ends 9 – 11 pm with Overland Park getting 3-6 inches isolated 7 inches. Overland Park crews are headed out […]

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Weather forecast is calling for drizzle starting around 2 am and changing to snow between 5 – 7 am. Road temps are expected to drop below freezing between 5 & 7 am. Crews are out spreading salt on all streets within OP and will be completed before 8 am. […]

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Say It Isn’t Snow

Early snow event was forecast for Overland Park this evening. No accumulations expected, just possible icy streets overnight. Crews were out today spreading salt. All streets have been treated as of 6:00 pm. Shift Supervisors will continue to monitor situations overnight. Snow crews will be out this morning 10/31/2019 addressing isolated slick spots. Winter is […]

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