KANSAS CITY, Mo. — WEATHER HEADLINES
- The warming trend continues as we reach the low 70s Tuesday
- A cold front will sweep across Tuesday night into Wednesday with a few rain showers possible
- Mostly dry with seasonal temperatures into the weekend
Waiting in line to eat at Kansas City's first Whataburger restaurant? Here's what to expect Tuesday afternoon.
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Mostly clear and cool. Wind: South 5-15 mph. Low: 45°
Tuesday: Mostly sunny with some more high clouds. Wind: S-SW 10-25 mph. High: 73°
Tuesday Night: Increasing clouds with a slight chance of a few rain showers/drizzle after midnight as a cold front moves through. 55°-60° at midnight. Low: 45°
Wednesday: Some light, early-morning rain or drizzle possible behind a cold front. Otherwise, it will be a mostly cloudy, dry and cool day. Steady temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s through the day.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and cool. Wind: NW 10-15 mph. Low: 29° High: 46°
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