- Warm and dry to start this week
- Highs soar into the 70s
- Dry cold front returns us to seasonal temps on Thursday
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly cloudy and nearly 20 degrees milder than this morning. Breezes decrease around 5 a.m., which leads to isolated areas of fog, mainly near lakes and rivers.
Wind: S-SW 15-25 to SW 8-12 mph
Monday: Stretch of warm weather — great for outdoor activities — continues. A weak boundary keeps our winds light and our sky partly cloudy most of the day with low then high clouds.
Wind: Variable 5-10 mph
Tuesday: Weak boundary heads north and opens us to even warmer temperatures as southerly winds return.
Wind: S-SE 10-25 mph
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