Highs near 50 Wednesday, winter returns Thursday


Highs close to 50 Wednesday, winter returns Thursday

Be prepared for every type of circumstances for the Chiefs recreation


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WEBVTT CAPITAL FEDERAL CITY VIEW CAM, I’VE SEEN TURKEYS OUTSIDE OF THE STATION. SHOWING 27 DEGREES. COMPUTER WANT TO DO A STUTTER STEP. 19 IS OUR WIND CHILL. 30 IN WARRENSBURG, 35 IN SEDALIA, 27 OLATHE, LENEXA INTO KCK AND BONNER SPRINGS. ANOTHER DATE FOR NEAR 50 DEGREES. TYPICAL HIGH AS forty one SO THIS IS WELL ABOVE AVERAGE. A FEW CLOUDS MOVING IN THIS EVENING. IN THE WEATHER CHANGES PRETTY QUICKLY. GOING BACK TO WINTER FOR TOMORROW. BEGINNING IN THE MORNING, THERE COULD BE FREEZING DRIZZLE IN THE PINK. THAT WOULD INCLUDE ST. JOSEPH IN CHILLICOTHE. NOT TALKING A LOT BUT ALL IT TAKES IS A GLAZE. KEEP THAT IN MIND FOR TOMORROW MORNING STRIFE. KANSAS CITY, THINK OUR TEMPERATURES ARE JUST ABOVE FREEZING. IT SHOULD BE PLAIN RAIN KIND OF DRIZZLE WAS SCATTERED SHOWERS LIKELY. PICKING UP BETWEEN SIX AND 9:00 IN THE MORNING. LIKELY FOR THE REST OF THE DAY TOMORROW. I DON’T THE WILL RAIN EVERY HOUR OF THE DAY WITH RUBY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND LIGHT RAIN THROUGHOUT THE DAY. ESPECIALLY SOUTH AND EAST. SEVERAL IMPACTS IN THE MORNING. BIG IMPACTS FOR THE CHIEFS GAME CONTINUE TO BE WIND GUSTS UP TO 30 MILES PER HOUR AND WIND CHILLS DOWN THE 20’S. THEM EVEN BE IF YOU BRING SHOWERS AND WITH THE EVENING, A FEW SNOWFLAKES MAINE ACCENT. IF YOU SEASON SNOWFLAKES, YOU GOT THE FIRST ALERT TODAY.

Highs close to 50 Wednesday, winter returns Thursday

Be prepared for every type of circumstances for the Chiefs recreation

Principally clear Wednesday with growing clouds later within the day and a high of fifty. Several impacts anticipated Thursday: First within the morning with drizzle and rain showers for the metro, and farther to the north the potential for freezing drizzle. Temperatures plunge and never climb out of the center 30s with wind chills under freezing. Scattered showers are possible on-and-off via the day with a steadier, mild rain more possible south and east of Kansas City. Wind growing out of the north 15 with gusts to 30 mph. Temperatures in the course of the Chiefs recreation can be near freezing, wind chills within the lower 20s, gusts up to 30 mph and there is a probability of sunshine, scattered showers with some snowflakes mixing in at occasions. Warmer and drier this weekend with highs in the lower and upper 40s Friday, Saturday and Sunday.



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