- Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be around midnight-7 AM, not expecting severe weather tonight.
- Level 2 of 5 risk for severe storms Saturday night, all hazards possible, but mainly a hail and wind threat
- Cool cloudy conditions much of next week
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Scattered showers and thunderstorms likely after midnight. Wind: E-SE 10-15 mph Low: 53°
Saturday: Any showers and thunderstorms will end early, then dry and mostly cloudy the rest of the day. Some sun possible from around I-70 south. Wind: E-SE 15-25 mph. High: 74°, 55°-65° northeast to 75°-85° southwest.
Saturday Night: A good chance of thunderstorms, some may be severe with damaging winds and hail the main threat. Flash flooding or a brief tornado is possible as well. Wind will be strong and gusty in thunderstorms. Low: 47°
Sunday: Happy Mother's Day! The rain and storms gradually move out in the morning with some afternoon sunshine possible. Breezy and cool. N-NW 15-25 mph. High: 55°
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