KANSAS CITY, Mo. — WEATHER HEADLINES
- Great fall weather will continue until Sunday evening.
- Temperatures will get back into the 60s before the cold front arrives late Sunday afternoon
- The dry weather pattern continues, a few rain and snow showers are possible Tuesday and Thursday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with warming temperatures after midnight. Wind: SE 5-15 mph. Around 40° this evening rising to near 50° by morning.
Sunday: Chance of some early morning drizzle. Morning clouds will give way to some sunshine. The winds will be out of the southwest and light, and then switching to the northwest and increasing later in the day. Wind: SW 5-15 to NW 15-25 mph. High: 65°
Chiefs Game: Tailgating temperatures will be in the 60s with the wind shifting and temperatures dropping by kickoff. It will be around 51 at kickoff and then falling to near 40 by the end of the Chiefs win over the Broncos. It will be quite breezy during the game and winds may gust up to 30 mph. Wind chills will drop to near freezing by the end of the game
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny with cold temperatures and a chilly breeze: Wind: NW 5-15, Gusts 25 mph. Low: 28° High: 38°
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