Increasing sun this afternoon with highs 35°-40°

Chance of fog tonight, watch for black ice

Share in our weather experience on the weather blog. Click on the blog for more information.  For a full list of weather alerts, click here. 

Weather Headlines:

  • We rise above freezing this afternoon, allowing for increased snow melt
  • There is a chance of fog, possibly dense Thursday morning, which could enhance black ice, as refreezing occurs
  • 2 storm systems to impact the area Friday-Saturday and Monday

KANSAS CITY'S MOST ACCURATE FORECAST:

Wednesday: Increasing sunshine & breezy. Temperatures will rise above freezing. Wind: SE 10-20 mph. High: 39°

Tonight: Refreezing of new water from melting snow will occur tonight. Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of fog. Wind: S-SE 5-10 mph.  Low: 29°

Thursday:  Cloudy with a chance of fog and drizzle. Black ice is likely in the morning. Wind: Light. High: 38°

Friday:  Mostly cloudy with rain moving in by the evening hours. Heavy rain possible overnight with the wind picking up. Wind: E 10-15 mph. Low: 30° High: 44°

Get more updates from our weather team:

View our interactive radar

Read our Weather Blog

Check out the current conditions in our area

The 41 Action Weather Storm Shield is a life-saving app that acts like an NOAA Emergency Weather Radio on your iPhone or Android phone. You will receive critical alerts via voice and push notification regarding major, potentially life-threatening weather events.

Learn more and download it for iOS or Android.

Print this article Back to Top

Weather Wise Episodes