Rain chances will be pretty slim in the Kansas City Metro for the remainder of the day. The evening hours should be perfect for any outdoor activities as a gentle breeze blows in from the northeast holding our daytime high in the middle 80s. Showers will be scattered across the area but will generally impact areas north of the Metro and areas over the southern zone. Here’s the latest look a Storm Track 5 Live Power Doppler Radar.
The threat for severe storms will stay well south of our area. Even our southern zones can breath easy this evening:
Looking into the future the work week will end on a mostly quiet note with a cool and rain free Friday. You might run into a shower during the evening hours with scattered chances overnight and through the day Saturday. Don’t expect any of the storms to become severe and temperatures will stay quite mild reaching only into the 80s both Friday and Saturday. Here’s a look at a few selected time frames from Storm Track 5 Forecast Track:
This shows a quiet evening ahead.
You’s be wise to keep an eye out for showers and thunderstorm on Saturday. As you can see they will be scattered over the area and likely not severe. There is a reasonable chance that you may get chased indoors as a stray shower or two passes during the day.
Temperatures will stay mild through Saturday but the heat will come back Sunday. I’ll have a close look at that temperature trend coming up in Amble’s Ramble Friday.