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Dangerous heat and humidity through Wednesday, wind will help a bit

Heat Advisory in place until 8 pm Wednesday
and last updated 2022-06-13 23:21:51-04

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — WEATHER HEADLINES

  • Heat advisory in place through 8pm Wednesday
  • Highs in the 90s with heat indices 105°-110° through Wednesday, the wind will help a bit
  • The next cold front, a weak one, arrives Wednesday-Thursday with a chance or two of T-Storms

KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST

Tonight: Mostly clear, breezy, very warm and humid. Wind: S 15-30 mph. Low: 79°

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, windy, hot and humid. Wind: S-SW 15-25 G35 mph. High: 95°, HEAT INDEX: 105°-110°

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, windy, hot and humid. There is a chance of evening and night thunderstorms along a cold front. Wind: S-SW 15-25 G35 mph. Low: 77° High: 94°, HEAT INDEX: 105°-110°

Thursday: Chance of an early thunderstorm, then still hot and humid as the cold front is weak. Wind: Light and variable. Low: 70° High: 92°, HEAT INDEX: 105°

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