- Temperatures will warm up later tonight and Tuesday morning ahead of a strong cold front
- Prepare for a strong cold front that will move through Tuesday afternoon, dropping temperatures fast
- Very little moisture associated with this front; Next rain chance may develop early next week
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Increasing clouds, gusty wind and staying mild. Wind: S-SE 10-25 mph. Low: 46°, low 50s by morning
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a quick warm-up to the 60s. A strong cold front arrives during the afternoon, dropping temperatures to the 30s by the evening along with a gusty northwest wind. A few sprinkles and flurries are possible overnight. Nothing significant. Wind: S-SW 15-30 to NW 20-40 mph. High: 63°, Falling to 30s by 4 p.m.
Wednesday: Lots of sunshine and very cold. Wind: W-NW 15-30 mph. Low: 22° High: 35° Wind Chill: 15°-25°
Thursday: Partly cloudy. Wind: S-SE 10-20 mph. Low: 25° High: 47°
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