8:30 P.M. - KCP&L reports 750 customers remain without power. They hope to get service restored to them by the end of night or in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
4:00 P.M. - KCP&L reports about 3,000 customers remain without power; 2,600 in the Northland. Crews continue to work and plan to restore service to most by Monday night but some may not get it back until Tuesday morning.
Dry ice deliveries have been shut down. They delivered about eight tons of dry ice to more than 1,600 customers.
12:15 P.M. - KCP&L reports 6,124 people still without power. Many are in the Northland, where dry ice is being distributed for those without power at Lowe's, 4811 N Oak Trafficway. An updated power outage map can be found at KCPL.com .
11 A.M. - KCP&L reports 8,084 people still without power.
8:45 A.M. - KCP&L reports 7,948 people still without power.
7:45 A.M. - KCP&L reports 7,847 people still without power.
6 A.M. - KCP&L reports 6,763 people still without power.
4:30 A.M. - KCP&L reports 9,232 people still without power.
10:50 P.M. - KCP&L now reports fewer than 15,000 customers without power.
8:35 P.M. - Kansas City Power and Light crews have restored power to nearly half of the customers who lost power during the peak of the storm. However, more than 19,000 customers remained without power Sunday night, mainly north of the river in Missouri.
6:33 P.M. - Johnson County, Missouri Sheriff dispatchers confirm that a large tree fell down and knocked out a couple of windows and knocked some bricks off the facade of Martin Warren Elementary School at 105 S. Maguire Street in Warrensburg. School district maintenance staff is on the site working to repair damage. There are no cost estimates available at this time.
5:34 P.M. - Dry ice will be distrubuted to people without power by KCP&L. People can pick up the dry ice from the Lowe's at 4811 North Oak Trafficway in Kansas City, Mo. They will give out the dry ice between 7 and 9 p.m. There are still around 36,000 people without power.
4:31 P.M. - KCP&L now says that around 36,000 people are without power.
3:59 P.M. - Storms are now fully cleared from our area, although many areas in and around the metro are under severe thunderstorm watches. Click here to see if your area is under a watch.
The storm band is now near Odessa, Mo. and moving eastward towards Columbia. This storm system brough very high winds in some areas, including a confirmed wind gust of 95 miles-per-hour in Higginsville, Mo. There is another storm band south of Kansas City near Drexel.
Severe storms are expected to return very early Monday morning. To sign up for severe weather alerts, go to nbcactionnews.com/alerts . And when severe weather strikes, we've got an app. Click here for more information on the app.
Currently, there are around 41,000 KCP&L customers without power.
3:52 P.M. - We've got a report of a tree that has fallen on a car near 71st and Oak. We're sending a crew to the area.
3:33 P.M - The recent band of storms has mostly left the area and has moved east of the metro, but there is still a high chance for another band of severe weather later this evening.
3:32 P.M. - Several stores Shops of Boardwalk have closed early because the power is out.
3:26 P.M. - KCP&L is now reporting around 30,000 customers without power.
3:20 P.M.- Management at Zona Rosa confirms that several awnings were damaged due to high winds.
3:12 P.M. -Large temperature drops have been reported. On our Facebook page , one person said that the temperature dropped from 97 degrees to 69 degrees in 30 minutes. Another reader said that the temperature dropped from 93 degrees to 73 in about 15 minutes.
3:04 P.M. KCP&L now reporting that around 22,000 people are without power. If you have weather photos, upload them by clicking here.
3:01 P.M. - Dime sized hail reported near Nolan Rd.
3:00 P.M. - Wyandotte, Johnson and Leavenworth, Kan. counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 3:30 p.m.
In Missouri, Clay,Platte and Jackson counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 3:30 p.m.
2:52 P.M. - We are getting lots of comments about what people are seeing in their area on our Facebook page. Visit it and become a fan at facebook.com/nbcactionnews .
2:50 P.M. - Now hearing reports of multiple incidents in the northland. Multi-vehicle crash on I-29 near 64th Street. It is unknown if crash weather-related. There are nearly 4,000 people without power on both sides of the state line. Click here for a map of the outages.
2:45 P.M. - We are receiving reports of power outages in Johnson County, and downed trees in Parkville.
2:43 P.M. - A band of severe storms is currently sweeping through the area.
Wyandotte, Johnson and Leavenworth, Kan. counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 3:00 p.m.
In Missouri, Clay,Platte and Jackson counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 3:00
Dark clouds can be seen moving into the area, and there have been reports of trees downed in Leavenworth and nickel-sized hail.