- Heaviest rain tonight-tomorrow morning
- Lighter rain Monday afternoon-evening
- Chiefs game: light rain tapers to drizzle
- Nice Wednesday and Thanksgiving
- Chance for rain/snow Friday-Saturday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Waves of heavier rain fall while we sleep. Puddles challenge our Monday morning commute.
Wind: E 10-20 Gusts 25 mph
Monday: Damp and cool with light rain and a few pockets of moderate rain possible all day. Don't get called for a personal foul — be prepared for rain before and during the Chiefs Super Bowl rematch against the Eagles on Monday Night Football. Rain tapers to drizzle as the game ends and lingers overnight. Rainfall totals between 0.50" and 1.00" for Kansas City. Expect less north and more south.
Wind: NE 10-20 Gusts 25 mph
Tuesday: We begin cloudy with a chance for lingering morning drizzle. Then, mostly cloudy until a cold front sweeps away any remaining clouds late in the afternoon.
Low: 38° High: 47°
Wind: NW 15-25 mph
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