- Not as cold, still freezing one more night
- Enjoy warm temperatures for an extra day, through Monday
- Cooler, a chance or two for rain next week
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly clear, sky with a milder southerly breeze, Still chilly with colder than average temperatures but nowhere close to record territory. This will be our last night flirting with freezing for a while.
Wind: S-SW 10-15 mph
Thursday: Frosty start for those sheltered from the breezes then sunshine and those southerly breezes warm us to nearly average afternoon temperature levels. A few high clouds pass by from time to time.
Wind: S-SW 10-20 mph
Friday: A few more high clouds cannot stop the warming created by more southerly breezes. Highs warm nearly 5 to 10 degrees above average.
Wind: S-SW 15-30 mph
The KSHB 41 Weather Storm Shield is a life-saving app that acts like an NOAA Emergency Weather Radio on your iPhone or Android phone. You will receive critical alerts via voice and push notification regarding major, potentially life-threatening weather events.