The snow could also lead to slick road conditions for those traveling the morning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Minor accumulations are expected with the two rounds of snowfall, with most of Kansas City seeing about 2 inches of snow, according to the Weather Service.
A first round of light snow is falling across the Kansas City area Sunday morning, leaving behind snow-covered roads and slick driving conditions.
Temperatures will drop into the teens early Monday, with wind chills falling to below zero by 9 a.m.
Eastern and southern parts of the Kansas City area could see as much as 3 inches of snow. Those areas include Overland Park, Olathe, DeSoto, Gardner, Tonganoxie, Spring Hill, Harrisonville and Clinton.
Temps are expected to continue their plunge throughout the day Monday, dipping close to 0 degrees by midnight.
Highs on Sunday are expected to be in the low 30s with wind chills making it feel more like the mid-20s.
While the morning snow is expected to end by noon in the Kansas City area, another round of snow is expected to sweep across the area overnight into Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill.