- Clear and chilly tonight without wind chills
- Almost flawless Wednesday
- Rain and showers help our developing drought Thursday - Friday
- Weekend highs above average, near 80°
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
This Evening: Sunshine to stars and calming winds as the sun sets at 8:12pm. Grab a jacket. We cool quickly after 9pm.
Temperatures drop from the 50s to 40s
Wind: NW 10 mph
Tonight: A clear sky, nearly calm winds and dry air create another cold night.
Wind: NW 5 mph
Wednesday: An amazing day of sunshine, light breezes and dry air. A few high clouds arriving around sunset create a spectacular sky. We would love to see your sunset. Please use #41Weather if you post them.
Wind: N to S 5-10 mph
Thursday: Waves of showers and thunderstorms spread rain across our parched soil. Most likely scenario is for a first round during the morning with a lull until another round develops in the evening and continues overnight through Friday morning. The evening and overnight showers and thunderstorms produce the highest rain totals, isolated areas up to 1.5".
Wind: S 10-15 G 25 mph
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