- Strong to severe storms Wednesday, more coverage than Monday and Tuesday
- Ozone Alert, third consecutive and fourth of the season
- Back-door cold front brings humidity relief, slight cooler highs Thursday and Friday
- Chance to see widespread rain and thunderstorms this weekend increasing
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly clear, humid and mild with light breezes. Air quality could be a concern for those most vulnerable.
Wind: N-NW 5 mph
Wednesday: Clouds increase as back door cold front creates a better chance of strong to severe thunderstorms, especially during the evening and at night. Chance of rain is 40%. Watch out for "Unhealthy air for sensitive groups". Our third consecutive and fourth overall Ozone Alert day this season.
Wind: E 5-10 mph
Thursday: An early morning shower or thunderstorm is possible in our western most viewing area. Our sky becomes mostly sunny as drier and milder air moves in.
Low: 66° High: 83°
Wind: E-NE 10-15 mph
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