- Cooler but still warmer than average Wednesday
- Our next storm system timed for Thursday and Friday
- Rain is likely with this storm, likely ending as a heavy wet snow Friday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: A few high clouds roam our sky by morning.
Winds remain light most of the night.
Wind: SE 5-10 shift to NW 10-15 mph
Wednesday: Happy first day of Meteorological spring!
Winds become gusty for a few hours as a dry cold passes during our morning commute.
These cooler breezes taper but usher in a slightly cooler day with high clouds and sunshine.
Wind: N-NE 10-15 mph
Thursday: Cloudy and cooler with an increasing chance of rain.
Low: 34° High: 46°
Wind: E-NE 15-30 mph
Friday: Rain and snow likely early, windy and cold.
Low: 32° High: 38°
Wind: N-NE 15-30 mph
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