KANSAS CITY, Mo. — WEATHER HEADLINES
- Very windy warm up Tuesday with an elevated fire danger
Red Flag (Fire Weather) Warning is in effect Tuesday
- A big storm system targets our area Wednesday-Thursday
- Chance for accumulating snow looks likely Thursday morning; Questions on track of storm and where the heaviest snow falls remain
KANSAS CITY'S FORECAST
Tonight: Clear and cold, breezy. Wind: E 10-20 mph. Low: 27°
Tuesday: Very windy and much warmer with increasing clouds. There is an elevated fire danger due to the wind, dry ground and very dry air. Wind: S 15-30, Gusts 45 mph. High: 64°
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for rain increasing during the afternoon and evening. Temperatures stay mild for most of the day. Wind: SW to N 15-25 mph. Low: 54° High: 62°
Wednesday Night-Thursday: A good chance of rain changing to ice and snow. There is still a big question on how much of each will occur. Some locations, especially to the north of KC, may not see much precipitation. Wind: N 15-25 mph. Temperatures drop from the 50s to teens and 20s.
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