Warmth spikes Wednesday with winds gust to 40 mph in Kansas City region

Rainy, colder Thursday.
and last updated 2023-03-14 23:57:01-04


  • A windy warm up Wednesday, highs in the 60s
  • A cold front blasts through Thursday bringing rain & a brief window of wintry mix in the evening; Temperatures drop fast!
  • Very cold & breezy for St. Patrick's Day & Saturday, wind chills in the 20s
  • Very dry air Saturday and Sunday


Tonight: Clear and not as cold thanks to an increasing south wind.
Low: 37°
Wind: SE 10-25 mph

Wednesday: Warmest day of the Super 10-Day Forecast! Highs warm 10° above average. Strong to gusty winds fuel this warmth. Look for increasing high clouds after a sunny start.
High: 65°
Wind: S 20-30, Gusts 40 mph

Thursday: Warming to near 60° by noon, then a strong cold front will roll through with temperatures dropping into the 30s by early evening. Rain and a few thunderstorms are likely ahead of, along and behind the front. There is a slight chance of snow Thursday evening and night.
Low: 53° High: 60° (noon) Dropping to the 30s by early evening.
Wind: S 15-25 mph shift to the N-NW 20-40 mph

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