- Record warmth Saturday and Sunday
- You'll notice the higher humidity
- Temperature and heat index mirror each other
- Isolated strong to severe storms possible Sunday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly cloudy conditions keep us from seeing tonight's full moon most of the time. Breezy at times and mild by morning.
Wind: S-SE 10-20 mph
Saturday: A warm front keeps us cloudy during the morning. Once it passes north, sunny, very warm and slightly humid air rushes in. Still have faith that a strong cap shuts down any chance of strong storms.
High: 89°, Record 89° set in 2004
Wind: S-SE 15-25mph
Sunday: Mostly sunny and even warmer with another chance of setting a record high temperature. We have a Marginal to Slight chance of scattered strong to severe storms are possible as the cap weakens. These are the two lowest levels of our severe outlook.
Low: 66° High: 91°, Record 92° set in 1934
Wind: SSW 15-25 mph
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