- Chance of showers, mainly north of Kansas City tonight
- Chance of showers and isolated storms Friday morning and afternoon
- Weekend weather looks nearly perfect with very low humidity
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Clouds increase as scattered showers and storms remain mainly in northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.
Wind: SW to NW 5-10 mph
Friday: A broken line of showers and possible storms roll into Kansas City neighborhoods as the morning commute ends. Another area of showers and embedded storms enters Kansas City from the west as we near lunch. The second set of storms slows the entire system and keeps the wet weather from sinking south and clearing Kansas City until late afternoon. Clouds open but hang around Friday evening as temperatures tumble into the 50s. We will be trading the umbrella for a warmer coat.
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Saturday: Sunny and beautiful with a touch of haze and very little humidity.
Low: 48° High: 74°
Wind: N-NE 5-10 mph
Sunday: Mostly sunny and gorgeous. Just a bit warmer with very little humidity.
Low: 50° High: 77°
Wind: E-SE 5-10 mph
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