KANSAS CITY, Mo. - SUMMARY:
A big warm-up to the low 60s this afternoon. That warm air comes with a price: expect it to be windy!
Then we have a storm system that will bring showers and thunderstorms to the area on Wednesday night into Thursday. We are watching the back side of this storm closely on Thursday because we could see a switch to snow as the cold air moves into the area. Once the system goes through, temps will drop through the day Thursday. Winter is not done with us just yet!
Enjoy the nicer day Tuesday!
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Here's Kansas City's Most Accurate Forecast:
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, windy & much warmer. Wind SW 15-25 mph, gusting to 30-35 mph. High: 63 °
Wednesday: Most of the day will be dry with increasing clouds. Temperatures will be mild with rain chances increasing overnight. High: 52 °
Thursday: Rain likely early in the day then turning colder with a chance of light snow before the precipitation ends, windy with falling temperatures. Wind: NW 15-30 mph. Early High: 53 °, 30s by noon
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