Suchan Says: Spring Fever Thursday, Arctic Cold Weekend

After a glorious Wednesday in the 40s and even a few lower 50s, we’re about to crank it up a couple of notches Thursday as temperatures spike into the mid 50s for many areas!!  I wouldn’t even be surprised to see a 60 degree reading out there before the afternoon is done.

There will be a slight chance after 9:00pm for a few sprinkles or a rain shower as a cold front pushes across the area.  The best chance for this will be south to southeast of the Kansas City metro.


Thursday Afternoon: Mostly sunny, warm 50s!


Thursday Late Evening: Partly cloudy with a 20% chance of a couple showers to the southeast


Closer look at Thursday evening when a few sprinkles or showers pop up


Thursday late evening… few showers still in the area

Friday is a colder day as temperatures fall back into the 30s.  Skies will be fairly cloudy for half the day Friday with perhaps a random flurry too.  Breaks of sun work in late afternoon.

Saturday is partly cloudy and colder.  Temperatures struggle back to near 30.  By Saturday night into Sunday morning, a fast moving system will drop across the area with flurries and snow showers.  There appears to be just enough moisture to warrant a chance at a dusting or so of snow in parts of the area by daybreak Sunday.

This system races along after sunrise Sunday and skies turn partly cloudy.  Brutally cold arctic air will be sinking south all day Sunday pushing temperatures down into the single digits to mid teens!!

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist

Twitter:  @ChrisSuchanKCTV



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