Parts of Kansas City metro area remain under flash flood warning through 4 p.m. Wednesday

Parts of Kansas City metro area remain under flash flood warning through 4 p.m. Wednesday
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Parts of Kansas City metro area remain under flash flood warning through 4 p.m. Wednesday

An additional 2 to 4 inches of rain is expected Wednesday



EXPECT SOME BETTER WEATHER. THEY ONLY HAVE TO DO WITH THE RING TODAY, RIGHT? NEVILLE: IT’’ GOING TO BE BETTER ONCE WE GET PAST EARLY TOMORROW MORNING. OTHERWISWEE ARE LOOKING GREAT FOR THIS WEEKEND. LET ME SHOW YOU HOW THINGS LOOK RIGHT NOW. WE HAVE A FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR THE METRO AREA AND ARSEA SOUTH. THAT IS BECAUSE WE PICKED UP BETWEEN TWO AND FOUR INCHES OF RAIN. OF COURSE IT RAINED A LOT YESTERDAY, IT RAINED ON MONDAY, AND WE HAD A LOT OF RAIN LAST WEEK. OUR SOIL IS VERY SATURATED. THAT CAN CAUSE SOME TREES TO GO DOWN. WE WILL BE KEEPING AN EYE ON THAT AS WELL. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR THE MAJORITY OF THE AREA AS WELL. THAT GOES UNTIL THURSDAY MORNING, 7:00 M.A. AFRTE THAT OUR CHANCES WILL GO DOWN AND WE ARE LOOKING GREAT FOR THE WEEKEND. STILL A LOT OF GREEN ON FIRST ALERT RAR.DA THE HEAVY STUFF WE WSA BETWEEN ABOUT 8:00 IN THE MORNING AND 11:30, THAT IS WRAPPING UP. STILL, SOME POCKETS OF MODERATE RAIN CLOSETOR SEDIAAL. SEEING ANOTHER AREA OF MODERATE SHOWERS CLOSER TO OTTAWA. NONE OF TH IISS SEVERE. WERE A NOT TALKING ABOUT HAIL OR TORNADOES, WE STILL HAVE THAT FLOODING THREAT AS RAIN CONTINUES TO COME DOWN. OUR TEMPERATURES ARE CERTAINLY COOL. 71 AT LEE’S SUMMIT. 73 FOR OLATHE. YOUR FORECAST FOR TODAY, WEATHER IM PACT NOW THROUGH 6:00 P.M. AS WE WILL CONTINUE TO SEE THOSE SHOWERS. A PRETTY SOLID RAIN CHANCE THERE. HE WILL BE SCATTERED, SO NOT CONTINUOUS RAIN, BUT WAVES OF THESE LIGHT TO MODETERA SHOWERS, MAINLY BETWEENOW N AND THE EVENING COMMUTE. AFTER TT THAHE RAIN CHANCES DO GO DOWN. WE WILL SEE THOSE TEMPERATURES RECOVER TO ABOUT 80 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON. HERE IS FUTURESCAN, GOING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS. 6:00, STILL MORE SCATTERED SHOWERS. AFTER SEVEN OR EIGHT, NOTICE HOW WE SEE MORE DRIVIME?ET HEADING INTO OVERNIGHT, MAYBE A FEW ADDITIONAL SHOWERS. THEN BY LUNCHTIME SOME LEFVERTO CLOUDINESS. THEN MBEAY EVEN SOME SUNSHINE AS WE HEAD INTO OUR THURSDAY AFTERNN.OO WE MAY ACTUALLY ESE SOME SUN TOMORROW AFTERNOON. MORE THAT SUNSHINE FRIDAY AND ESPECIALLY TO OUR HOLAYID WEEKEND. LOWS INHE T L

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Parts of Kansas City metro area remain under flash flood warning through 4 p.m. Wednesday

An additional 2 to 4 inches of rain is expected Wednesday

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for Cass, Jackson, Johnson and Lafayette counties in Missouri, and Linn and Miami counties in Kansas until 4 p.m. Wednesday.The entire Kansas City metro area is under a flash flood watch through 7 a.m. Thursday. Plus, an areal flood warning was issued for Clay, Jackson and Platte counties in Missouri, and Leavenworth and Wyandotte counties in Kansas until 6:15 p.m. Wednesday.Some parts of the Kansas City metro area have received more than a foot of rain in the last week, and with storms rolling through the region Wednesday, flash flooding is expected.This is the seventh day in a row of measurable rain in Kansas City, and an additional 2 to 4 inches of rain is expected Wednesday.

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The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for Cass, Jackson, Johnson and Lafayette counties in Missouri, and Linn and Miami counties in Kansas until 4 p.m. Wednesday.

The entire Kansas City metro area is under a flash flood watch through 7 a.m. Thursday. Plus, an areal flood warning was issued for Clay, Jackson and Platte counties in Missouri, and Leavenworth and Wyandotte counties in Kansas until 6:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Some parts of the Kansas City metro area have received more than a foot of rain in the last week, and with storms rolling through the region Wednesday, flash flooding is expected.

This is the seventh day in a row of measurable rain in Kansas City, and an additional 2 to 4 inches of rain is expected Wednesday.

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