- Hard freeze tonight, black ice possible
- Halloween dry but cold
- Trick-or-treating temperatures lower to middle 30s, wind chills in the middle 20s
- Nearly 70° Friday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Clouds clear from NW to SE, leaving us exposed to our coldest temperatures this season. Prepare for a hard freeze.
Wind chill: Middle 10s
Wind: N-NW 8-12 mph
Monday: Watch out for black ice during our morning commute. Sunshine returns but finds cold air hard to warm much. Highs climb about 5 degrees above today's levels.
Wind: NW to SW 5-10 mph
Tuesday (Halloween): A dry cold front brings a quick blast of cold air and blustery conditions. Windy conditions during the day slow to manageable levels during trick-or-treating time.
Trick-or-treating: Near freezing
Wind chill: Middle 20s
Wind: N-NW 15-25 mph, decreasing to N-NW 5-10 mph for trick-or-treating.
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