From the NWS in KC's AFD:
TIMING OF ONSET OF PRECIPITATION
IN WESTERN CWA HAS BEEN FAIRLY CONSISTENT...08Z-10Z SATURDAY SO WILL
GO AHEAD AND HOIST THE FLAG FOR AN ICE STORM WARNING FOR FAR
NORTHWEST MO AND NORTHEAST KS WHERE PERIODS OF MODERATE FREEZING
RAIN AND SLEET MOST LIKELY. ALSO ISSUED A FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY FOR
KC AREA DUE TO LIKELY START OF PRECIPITATION PRIOR TO 12Z SATURDAY.
MAX TEMPERATURES MAY VERY WELL OCCUR AT 00Z SUNDAY OR EVEN LATER
INTO THE EVENING HOURS. WENT THE CONSERVATIVE ROUTE ON ICE AMOUNTS
ACROSS NORTHERN MO DUE TO UNCERTAINTY ON TIMING OF CHANGEOVER TO
RAIN. SHOULD MY WORST FEARS COME TRUE AND THE MODELS END UP SCOURING
OUT THE COLD AIR TOO FAST THERE COULD CERTAINLY BE HALF AN INCH OF
ICE ACCUMULATIONS. TO COMPOUND MATTERS THE MARKED TIGHTENING OF THE
PRESSURE GRADIENT AND INCREASING LOW LEVEL JET WILL RESULT IN STRONG
EAST TO SOUTHEAST WINDS TOMORROW...RESULTING IN THE POTENTIAL FOR
SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO ICE COVERED POWER LINES AND TREES.
I haven't had a chance to look lately, but it looks like it could get bad further north of there.
Some more pics of a sunset last night and a corona, which there hasn't been a short of lately.