KANSAS CITY, Mo. — On Friday, the temperature in Kansas City started at about 70-degrees in the early morning hours, but a cold front pushing storms through the area will drop those temperatures significantly for the weekend.
While Kansas City was still warm this morning, parts of St. Joseph, Missouri, were 45-degrees, a glimpse into what was in store for KC.
According to the National Weather Service, in just an hour, the temperature dropped double-digits.
The forecast calls for strong and severe storms on Friday and into the early hours of Saturday morning.
Wind chills are projected to be in the low 30-degree-range Saturday morning, which has the potential for some light winter weather, specifically in the northern parts of Missouri.