Daily independent weather forecasts for the Kansas City area

Friday, November 25, 2005

Forecast - Friday November 25, 2005

NO AUDIO until Sunday or Monday due to power loss on my laptop....

A strong storm system is racing toward the central plains and will be on our doorstep for the second half of the weekend. It will bring a chance for severe weather in Central and Eastern Missouri, and snow across Nebraska and Iowa. This storm is very similar to the storm that brought Kansas City it's first flakes in the air, and also similar to the system that brought about a round of tornadoes across the lower Ohio valley a few weeks ago. The best snow chances (like our last snow producer) are across far NW MO. Best severe weather chances are well east of Kansas City.

Tonight - Partly cloudy. Low: 37
Saturday - Partly cloudy and warmer. High: 58
Saturday night - Mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. Breezy. Low: 46
Sunday - Partly to mostly cloudy and windy. A chance for showers in the morning, then again late in the afternoon. High: 60
Sunday night - A chance for showers, changing to snow after midnight.
Monday - Mostly cloudy with a chance for rain/snow showers. High: 42, but temperatures falling through the day.
Tuesday - Partly cloudy. High: 43
Wednesday - Partly to mostly cloudy. High: 38

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