KANSAS CITY, Mo. - SUMMARY:
A cold front is on the way through the area as we speak. Despite the clouds, we saw highs in the 60s today. Now, thanks to the front, we'll drop into the 30s and 40s for Saturday afternoon. There's also a good chance to see a little drizzle and flurries Saturday afternoon. The farther South you travel, the more likely you're to see light accumulations of snow.
Before you go to bed Saturday night, don't forget to set your clocks ahead one hour. It's also a good idea to change the batteries in your smoke alarm.
Warmer air will charge in from the west Sunday and we should soar to the 60s under a sunny sky. As we move to Monday, even more warm air will push in. This could send our highs close to 70°; some of the warmest air of the season.
Remember: Spring officially begins in two weeks: Thursday the 20th.
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Here's Kansas City's Most Accurate Forecast:
Friday Night: Cloudy. A 30% chance of light rain/sleet/snow mix overnight. Wind: N 10-20 mph Low: 28°
Saturday: Rain, snow, and freezing drizzle possible in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy and colder. Wind: N 10-20 mph High: 39°
Saturday Night: Clearing and cold.Low: 24°
Sunday: Mostly sunny and much warmer. Wind: SW 10-20 mph High: 63°