- Possibly waking up to record cold Wednesday
- Enjoy warm temperatures Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Chance for rain arrives Sunday night
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Clear and unusually cold overnight. Our coldest night in the Super 10-Day Forecast has us cooling to near record territory!
Low: 24° Record is 20° from 1991
Wind Chill: 12° - 16°
Wind: S 5 - 8 mph
Wednesday: November begins sunny and milder than the end of October. Gusty southerly breezes eventually chase away the cold during the afternoon. They start picking up speed after 9pm and keep us feeling cold all morning.
Wind: S-SW 15-25 mph
Thursday: After starting near freezing, for the last time this week, sunshine and southerly winds continue our warming trend.
Wind: S-SW 10-20 mph
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