- Rain bubbling from south to north overnight
- Cold rain with a few snowflakes and slippery streets Friday morning
- Rainfall amounts range from .00" north to .50" south
- A touch of Spring Sunday and Monday, highs 60s to near 70°
- Winter cold returns next week with weak storms
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Rain showers, some heavy at times, develop by morning.
Also, we deal with gusty winds and cold temperatures.
Wind Chill: 24°-28°
Wind: NNE 10-25 mph
Friday: Rainy and slippery during our morning commute. This wet system moves east by lunch. Expect a transition to wet heavy snow in central Missouri late in the morning. Up to an inch accumulation possible. Afternoon sunshine spreads from west to east and gives us a warmer afternoon.
Wind: NNE 15-30 mph
Saturday: Partly cloudy and slightly milder with considerably slower breezes.
Low: 33° High: 55°
Wind: W to NE 5-10 mph
Sunday: High temperatures nearly 20° warmer than average. The warm weather boosted by aggressive southerly breezes and a partly cloudy sky.
Low: 38° High: 69°
Wind: W 20-35 mph
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