KANSAS CITY, Mo. - SUMMARY:
As we move to Monday, expect daytime highs to be even warmer: low to mid 70s. Kansas City has not seen highs in the 70s since November. We will not have as much wind and there will be a few more clouds in the sky versus Sunday.
Spring may have sprung across the area, but Old Man Winter isn't ready to pack it in just yet. Another winter storm system looks to dive into the area Tuesday night into Wednesday. It's possible we see rain Tuesday evening turning into accumulating snow by Wednesday morning. Forecast trends are for the bulk of the moisture to be in Eastern Missouri. We will continue to track the system and give updates as we get closer to the middle of the week.
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Here's Kansas City's Most Accurate Forecast:
Sunday Night: Clouds rolling in overnight, not as cold. Wind: SW 8-18 mph Low: 39°
Monday: Partly cloudy and even warmer. Wind: WSW 10-20 mph High: 75°
Monday Night: Partly cloudy and chilly. Wind: SW 5-10 mph Low: 44°
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy and warmer. Cold front arrives late day, with a chance for showers turning to snow overnight. Wind: S/N 15-25 mph High: 70°