KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Yup…more rain on the way with drier conditions spreading into the region on Thursday afternoon
A Flash Flood Watch and a Flood Warning remains in effect for much of the Greater Kansas City Area and beyond.
Here’s a look at the upcoming days into the 4th of July:
Tuesday, June 29
After a heavy bout of early morning rain rolled through the metro, more is on the way. Light, scattered rain off and on is expected from late morning through the afternoon, 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. Everything will likely back off heading into the evening.
Wednesday, June 30
Expect a lot of the same as the weather pattern remains stuck over eastern Kansas and western Missouri. There’s a 100% chance of rain for the metro with more on again, off again storms pop up.
Thursday, July 1
Light at the end of the tunnel! There’s a 30% chance of rain for the morning hours, but that dies off later in the day. The active pattern should move out, making way for clear skies the rest of the week and weekend.
Between Tuesday and Thursday, Kansas City could get around 1.6 inches. Areas to the south, like Ottawa, Kan., Harrisonville, Mo. and Butler, Mo, could see 2-3 inches.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday should remain clear with partly cloudy and sunny skies. Temperatures should stay in the mid-80s with a slight warming trend, topping out near 90 degrees on Monday. At fireworks time on the 4th of July, temperatures should remain right around 80 degrees.