- Rain ends overnight but restarts Sunday morning
- A wintry mix is possible Sunday morning-afternoon, roads stay wet but not frozen
- Halloween is dry but very cold with trick-or-treating temperatures in the lower and middle 30s
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Periods of cold rain, some mixed sleet. Wet roads. Rain ends by midnight.
Low: 33°, wind chill in the 10s and 20s.
Wind: N-NE 10-20 mph
Sunday: A cold rain mixed with sleet and snow, ending during the late afternoon. Temperatures at or above freezing will limit the impacts of the wintry precipitation. Just a reminder of the changing seasons!
High: 36° Wind chill in the 10s and 20s.
Wind: N 10-25 mph
Monday: A hard freeze is likely in the morning. Sunshine expected throughout an overall chilly day.
Low: 24° High: 36°
Wind: NW 5-10 mph
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