Archive for May 24th, 2017

Suchan Says: Warmer Days Ahead
May 24, 2017

66 today!  Yet another day well below normal in May.  If keeping score, you’ll notice we had many days warmer than today’s 66 going all the way back to February!


The large upper low that has kept us cool and brought rain showers to the area will gradually slide to the east allowing for warmer temperatures to push in.  It will start to feel much more like late May in Kansas City.



Temperatures will push back into the 70s and even lower 80s into Memorial Day weekend but the core of the hottest temperatures will remain just to our south if you’re hoping for 85 to 90 degree weather.

Chris Suchan
KCTV meteorologist


Teachman’s Take: Wednesday’s Spotty Shower Chance
May 24, 2017

Mostly to partly cloudy today.  While a sprinkle cannot be ruled out this morning, there will be a better chance for a spotty shower or a random rumble this afternoon.  By lunch, we’ll see more showers start to blossom.  They will hug the state line and points East.

A brief heavy downpour and some lightning are possible.  By sunset, any rain will disappear.

Temps this afternoon will stay cool for May in the middle 60s as winds are gusty from the north.

We have a wonderful day on tap for Thursday.  Plenty of sunshine and warming temperatures to the middle 60s.  There’s a slight chance for a shower or storm on Friday with highs in the lower 80s.  Over the weekend, the dampest day will be Saturday.  It won’t be raining all the time, but folks will have to plan around showers & thunderstorms.  Any rain leftover on Sunday will be in the morning.  Temps will be in the middle 70s.   And I can’t rule out a shower on Monday, but the majority of our area will stay dry.  Highs for Memorial Day will are in the middle 70s.  Sunshine prevails next Tuesday and Wednesday with continued warmth near 80.

Take care,