First Alert: Chances for rain continue after a.m. storms move out


First Alert: Chances for rain continue after a.m. storms move out


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WEBVTT THE KMBCWEATHER APP ON YOUR PHONE.FROM NOON UNTIL 5:00 THISEVENING, KEEP THE JACKET ANDUMBRELLA HANDY.I THINK WE WILL HAVE SCATTEREDSHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LATERTHIS AFTERNOON AND THROUGHMIDNIGHT.THE FIREWORKS SHOWS, REALLYHOPING WE CAN GET THESE OFF WITHA LOT OF RAIN ON THE GROUNDRIGHT NOW.WE NEED A BREAK FROM THAT.I DO THINK WE WILL SEE A BREAKLATER THIS AFTERNOON AND THISEVENING.IT’S JUST PROBABLY GOING TO RAINTHROUGH NOON HERE IN THE METRO.85 ON WEDNESDAY, 90, HOT ANDHUMID ON THURSDAY WITH SUNSHINE.THE WEEKEND LOOKS TO BE IN GREAT

The Fourth of July is off to a soggy start in Kansas City. We’ll see chances for scattered thunderstorms through the day.



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