- Near-record warmth tonight
- A weak cold front creates sprinkles Wednesday
- Extended period of quiet weather follows
- Above average temperatures return next week
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly clear sky with areas of fog and near record warm temperatures. Record warm low is 60° set in 2020. Clouds and sprinkles are possible across northern Missouri.
Wind: S 5-15 mph
Wednesday: A weak cold front creates clouds and scattered sprinkles from late morning to late afternoon. A little cooler with a northerly breeze, gusty at times, after the front passes.
Wind: S-SW 5-15 mph then N-NW 15-20 mph
Thursday: Partly cloudy and seasonally cool as another long stretch of quiet weather begins.
Wind: N 10 mph
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