- A few neighborhoods close to a record high Tuesday
- Warm conditions through Wednesday
- No significant storms the next 7-10 days
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly cloudy and mild again. Isolated areas of fog could form in areas sheltered from breezes.
Wind: E 3-6 mph
Tuesday: Becoming partly cloudy. Extra sunshine and return of southerly winds warm us to near record high levels.
High: 74° (Record high: 78°, 1934)
Wind: S-SE 10-15 mph
Wednesday: Partly cloudy with periods of mostly cloudy conditions. Sprinkles are possible near and south of Kansas City.
A cold front ushers gusty breezes for our afternoon and evening. Temperatures warm well above average as the cold air lags about 24 hours behind the front.
Wind: S-SE 10-15 mph then NW 15-20 mph
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