- Black ice lingers tomorrow morning
- Feeling warmer this weekend
- Highs near 50° then near 60°
- Sunday begins with drizzle and light rain
- Sunday ends with strong to severe storms late & into Monday morning
- Main risks include heavy rain & near severe wind gusts
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Our sky becomes partly cloudy by morning. Another colder than average morning develops but not those bitter wind chills of the last two mornings.
Sunshine and warmer temperatures will melt most icy areas by 10-11am.
Wind: N 5-10 mph
Saturday: Partly cloudy and milder. Our afternoon finally escapes the freezer.
Wind: SSW 5-10 mph
Sunday: We begin mostly cloudy and milder with a chance of drizzle.
Afternoon clouds, breezes and temperatures increase dramatically and keep rising through the evening. Also during the evening, our chance of showers increases with strong to severe storms possible overnight through Monday morning.
Low: 36° High: 59°
Wind: S 15-25, G 35 mph
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