Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy with strong/severe storms possible by afternoon.
Tomorrow is the highest concern with severe weather with storms redeveloping in the afternoon/evening.
The aforementioned cold front will "sweep" KAKEland of the soggy and severe weather environment that has plagued KAKEland.
Severe weather is not expected with these storms.
The CBS 58 Ready Weather app will be your friend if you have outdoor activities or plan on doing some evening grilling. "Once again and handful of these storms could turn severe with hail stones over 1", wind gusts over 60mph and even a tornado or two possible. Storms will move out by the overnight hours.
If you were planning to visit a loved one's grave this Memorial Day or just hoping for seasonable weather as you grill out, you should take advantage of sunnier skies before a potential deluge hits the Chicago area starting later in the afternoon, forecasters said.
After the storms pass, the Kansas City area will see a multi-day dry period.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a 40% chance for rain. Highs will be in the low-mid 80s.
Lows will be incredibly mild in the upper 60s with ongoing showers into Tuesday morning. Highs on Tuesday top out near 80. Some models are hinting at storms Wednesday night southeast of I-35 and a weak disturbance possibly giving a few spotty showers Thursday evening in extreme northeast KS however will keep the area dry and will continue to monitor these small chances.