KSHB 41 Weather | Storms possible overnight in Kansas City

Small to medium sized hail and gusty winds likely.
and last updated 2024-03-14 02:03:30-04


  • Overnight strong to borderline severe storms
  • Any severe weather Thursday likely in central and eastern MO
  • Cooling trend Thursday and Friday
  • Great weather Saturday but turning colder on Sunday, St. Patrick's Day


Tonight: Storms continue with the threat of severe weather less than during the evening. Hail up to an inch and wind gusts up to 60 mph are possible. Flash flooding is possible in northern Missouri as waves of heavy showers and storms continue.
Low: 53°
Wind: E 10-20 mph

Thursday: Early morning thunderstorms move east by the begninning of our morning commute. Look for increasing sunshine to a partly cloudy day. The cold front responsible for the storms flips the winds leading to slightly cooler and less humid afternoon. The same cold front could spark strong to severe thunderstorms over central Missouri.
High: 68°
Wind: SW to NW 10-20 mph

Friday: Partly sunny, cooler and breezy start to the day. Sunshine increases as the winds decrease during the afternoon. Temperatures tumble but remain above average.
Low: 42°
High: 59°
Wind: N 15-25 mph then N 10-15 mph

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