- Wildfire smoke and haze continue Monday
- Dry and warmer also Monday
- Find umbrella, unsettled weather begins Tuesday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Unlike ozone, smoke continues overnight. Our sky remains clear and seasonally cool. Patchy fog forms east of Kansas City near bodies of water.
Wind: NE/SE 5 mph
Monday: After a sunny start, our sky becomes mostly sunny during the afternoon and warmer. Hazy conditions improve a bit.
Wind: SE 10-15 mph
Tuesday: Expect less sunshine Tuesday. Even with a partly sunny sky, faster south to southwest winds and a milder start warm us above average just like Monday.
Showers and embedded thunderstorms could begin as early as mid-morning across northern Kansas and Missouri. Conditions for showers and thunderstorms closer to Kansas City metro arrive during the afternoon and linger through the evening.
Wind: SSW 10-20 mph
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