Kansas City, MO – Cooler, Drier Weather Expected Through Week’s End


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Kansas City, MO – The National Weather Service in Kansas City forecasts a shift to cooler and drier weather as west to northwest winds bring less humid conditions through Friday. Temperatures are expected to be seasonal.

According to the National Weather Service, breezy conditions will prevail on Thursday, with a chance of thunderstorms returning Friday night. Locally heavy rainfall is possible during these storms. Residents are advised to stay informed about weather updates as the week progresses.


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