KSHB 41 Weather | Thunderstorms tonight in Kansas City may cause flooding

and last updated 2024-07-03 23:32:40-04


  • Widespread rain & thunderstorms from midnight to 9 AM, severe weather is not expected, and some flash flooding is possible
  • A second round of thunderstorms during the afternoon & evening of the 4th may mostly stay south of KC
  • Drier weather Friday & Saturday with storms possible Sunday


Tonight: A round of widespread rain & thunderstorms is possible after midnight. Flash flooding and stream flooding is possible.
Low: 69°
Wind: SE 5 mph, Gusty in T-Storms

4th of July (Thursday): Rain & thunderstorms end by 6-9 AM. Then, new scattered thunderstorms are possible between 3 PM and 7 PM. There are signs most of these will get their act together south of KC, paving the way for very nice weather to watch fireworks. Most storms over by 9pm
High: 83°
Wind: S-SW to NW 10-15 mph

Friday: A Fantastic Friday! Partly to mostly sunny and less humid. An isolated shower/T-Storm is possible across northern Missouri & far northeast Kansas. The KC metro area will stay dry.
Low: 64° High: 82°
Wind: NW 10-20 mph

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