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Slightly warmer temperatures mean slow snow melt
KMBC 9 chief meteorologist Bryan Busby says high temperatures will hover at or just above freezing over the next few days, meaning a slow melt for the snow that fell early Thursday.
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Slightly warmer temperatures mean slow snow melt
KMBC 9 chief meteorologist Bryan Busby says high temperatures will hover at or just above freezing over the next few days, meaning a slow melt for the snow that fell early Thursday.
Date: 12/20/12
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Video by:  KMBC Kansas City
 
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