MetS radar captures Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs’ fireworks celebration

The Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl, the NFL’s annual championship, for the first time in 50 years, local time, according tomedia CNET. After the Kansas City Chiefs finally beat the San Francisco 49ers to win the title, fans began to celebrate wildly. The Kansas City branch of the National Weather Service tweeted an animated image showing the local fireworks celebration.

MetS radar captures Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs' fireworks celebration

MetS radar captures Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs' fireworks celebration

The agency tweeted: “Our radar captured this during the kansas city celebrations! “

Fireworks can even be seen an hour’s drive from the Kansas City Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium, CNN reported.

MetS radar captures Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs' fireworks celebration

In addition, the National Weather Service brought some bad news for the Chiefs fans who plan to take part in the Victory Parade on Wednesday. “So now to the most important question?” One Twitter user asked. “We need to know what the weather will be for on Wednesday!” “

The National Weather Service’s response was that the weather was not good that day, and that it might even snow.

MetS radar captures Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs' fireworks celebration