Monday was as advertised! A true summer-like day that would challenge records. For Kansas City, the record is safe for another year but in some cities like St. Joseph a new record high was set Monday.
Tuesday is the transition day back into true autumn cool weather. Technically it is still an above normal temperature day but in the mid 70s at most for the metro. There will be plenty of sunshine as well with a north to northwest breeze.
Wednesday will drop the temperature into the mid to upper 60s with partly to variably cloudy skies. I also see the risk for isolated sprinkles or a shower Wednesday but certainly not a widespread rain. Many areas in fact could stay dry the entire day.
Thursday will have a second stronger cold front coming through pushing temperatures down to the upper 50s to lower 60s. I’ll also include a 20% chance of sprinkles or an isolated rain shower as this front moves by with an upper low passing overhead during the day.