- Nearing record cold temperatures next 2 days
- Trick-or-Treating, dress warmly
- Outdoor activities best Friday and Saturday
- Rain and snow lacking in Super 10-Day Forecast
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Santa sends us a dry cold front while we are sleeping. This dry and cold air keeps us clear and nearly 15 degrees colder than average.
Winds become blustery again and make our morning commute feel even chillier than this morning.
Wind chill: 10°-15°
Wind: NW 15-25 mph
Tuesday (Halloween): Sunny and staying cold! We flirt with the record cold maximum temperature of 36° from 1951.
Winds finally taper while we are out celebrating Halloween. Still, dress for wind chills in the lower to middle 20s. I hope you can get some layers under your costume.
Wind: N-NW 15-25 mph, decreasing to N-NW 5-10 mph
Wednesday: We begin with extremely cold temperatures for Nov. 1 with record cold low temperatures possible. The record currently is 20° from 1990.
Sunshine, aided by a southerly wind, warms us nearly 10 to 15 degrees.
Wind: S-SW 15-25 mph
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