- Scattered storms tonight
- Strong to severe storms possible Friday night
- Saturday driest and warmest this weekend
- Mother's Day cooler, storms still possible
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: A warm front moving north produces scattered showers and thunderstorms. Look for these to initiate around 4-5am. Our warm and humid air mass possesses enough energy for gusty wind and small hail. I believe these stay below severe levels.
Wind: ESE 5-15
Friday: After our morning storms move east around 8-9am, our clouds open for a warm and humid afternoon. A cold front creates strong to severe thunderstorms late in the evening. These could produce winds up to 65 mph and quarter to ping pong size hail. The storms weaken as they travel southeast across Kansas City overnight.
Low: 65° High: 85°
Wind: SSE10-20 G25
Saturday: Partly cloudy and continued warm with slightly lower humidity. This leads to just a chance of isolated thunderstorms.
Low: 66° High: 86°
Wind: SW 10-15
Mother's Day (Sunday): Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Low: 63° High: 80°
Wind: NW to NE 10-15