- No more summer heat or humidity
- Monitor our air quality the next few days
- Chiefs home opener weather is nearly perfect
- Next chance of storms waits until Monday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Partly cloudy north to mostly clear south. A breezy northwest wind means we wake up to seasonally mild temperatures Wednesday morning.
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Red Wednesday: Enjoy our new air mass featuring drier air and seasonal temperatures. The sky fills with sunshine and a veil of smoke. Unhealthy air, created by wildfire smoke from Canada, moves in from Nebraska. Keep an eye on our air quality.
Wind: NW 10-20mph
Chiefs Thursday: Still feels fantastic outside. Highs rebound a few degrees and winds slow to manageable speeds. Our sky will be mostly sunny until high clouds arrive towards evening. Smoke is likely an issues again.
High: 85° tailgating, 82° at kickoff, 74° heading home
Wind: N/E 5-10 mph
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