- Seasonable afternoons through Sunday
- Chance for showers Friday night and storms Saturday
- Increasing warmth, humidity early next week
- Storms looking more promising late next week
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Clean, clear and refreshing!
Wind: SE 5-10 mph
Friday: Sunny with clouds increasing through the afternoon. Sunset could be colorful, 7:27p.m.
As a cold front approaches the region, scattered storms develop during the evening across NE KS and NW MO. The strongest storms reach as far south of Highway 36. This could affect a few high school football games there.
These storms weaken to scattered light showers as they enter the Metro overnight.
Wind: SSW 10 mph
Saturday: The scattered showers continue migrating south Saturday morning. Look for increasing sunshine from north to south during this time.
The hint is getting stronger for scattered strong storms initiating around Highway 36 and moving south across Kansas City during late afternoon and our neighborhoods south of Kansas City during the evening.
Wind: W-NW 10-15 mph
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