Scattered thunderstorms in Kansas City forecast for Tuesday

Scattered thunderstorms in Kansas City forecast for Tuesday
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Scattered thunderstorms in Kansas City forecast for Tuesday



KELLY: IT DOESN’T SOUND LIKE WE’RE BREAKING THE PATTERN YET. BRYAN: THERE WAS A LUNCH LAST WEEK THAT THINGS ARE IMPROVED BY THE 4th AND STILL THE DATA IS GETTING MORE AND MORE IN THAT DIRECTION A SNDO THE TEAM HERE IS MORE CONFIDENT THAT IT’S GOING TO HAPPEN, BUT MAN, IT STILL LOOKS KELI WE’RE IN A WATER LOG FOR THE TIME BEING. A LOT OF CLOUDS OUT THERE AND UNFORTUNATELY, A LITTLE BIT OF RAIN SHOWERS, WHICH IS NOT ADDING MUCH HOPE THAT WE’RE GOING TO GET RID OF THE FLOODING. SOUTHEAST WIND AT SIX MIES PER HOUR. HUMIDITY AT 82%. HERE’S A LOOK AT FIRST ARTLE WEATHER. OUT TOWARDS LAWRENCE, NOT MUCH SHOWING UP AT ALL, KANSAS CITY TOWARDS SPRING HILL AND THEN GOING FARTHER TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST TOWARDS HARRISONVILLE, THIS IS THE WAY IT LOOKED ABOUT TWO MINUTES AGO AND AS I MOVE IT FARTHER TO THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST, HEAVIER POCKETS, A LITTLE BIT OF YELLOW SHONGWI UP, SPRINKLED ABOUT. HARRISONVILL TEO FREEMAN OUT TO GARDEN CITY AND FARTHER EAST TO THE NORTHEAST TOWARDS HOLDEN MISSOURI AND UP TOWARDS CAR CARROLLTON, AS WELL. GONG WHERE Y AOURE, BUT I THINK IT’S MORE SHUNTED ON THE MISSOURI SIDE FROM THE KANSAS SIDE RIGHT NOW AND IF ANYTHING, THESE ARE SLLTI SOME SHOWERS THAT GOINGO T CONTINUE TO DUMP WHATEVER RAIN THEY HAVE RIGHT INTO A LOT OF THE STREAMS AND SMALLER RIVERS THAT WE HAVE GOING ON, CREEKS FOR SURE. STILL GOING TO BE PRETTY HIGH IN THEIR BANKS. THAT’S GOING TO ADD TO SEOM PROBLEMS. WE’RE LOOKING AT FIRST ALERT RADAR, 172 OF THEM. WE DO HAVE SOME THUNDERSTORMS EMBEDDED WITHIN HERE, BUT NOTHING SEVERE, NO DANGNGLI WINDS, NO DANGLING HAIL, CERTAINLY NO TORNADOES, WE HAVE OUR HANDS FULL WITH THE FLOODING GOING ON. WEIL WL GOUT O TO LIVEITH W NEVILLE MILLER, WE HAVE SOME ISSUES WITH RISING WAT? >> WE’RE AT ENGLISH LANDING PARK AN YOUD CAN SEE BEHIND HE, THE VERRI IS CERTAINLY STILL HIGH, BUT IT’S GONE DOWN ABOUT FIVE FEET SINCE THIS WEEKEND SO WREE’ ABOUT EIGHT FEET BORROW FLOOD STAGE RIGHT NOW, BUT STILL THE WATER IS MOVING RATHER QUICKLY, A LOT OF TREES AND BRANCHES VEHA BEEN DRIFTING DOWNSTREAM HE ERIN THE RIVER. AS FAR AS LOCATIONS ALONG THE MISSOURI RIVER, ESPECIALLY UPSTREAM TOWDSAR ST. JOSEPH, THEY’RE ALL MAINLY BELOW FLOOD STAGE. FARCT DOWNSTREAM TOWARDS THE EAST, TOWASRD CENTRAL MISSOURI, GLASGOW, ABOVE FLOOD STAGE, SEEING SOME ISSUES TREHE AND, OF COURSE, AS YOU’VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT, MORE RAIN ON THE WAY, THAT MAY CAUSE THE RIVER LEVELS TO GO UP OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS. THAT FLASH FLOOD WATCH, THAT WILL LTAS UNTIL TOMORROW EVENING AT LEAST SO AS OF NOW, THE FORECAST FOR THE RIVER AT LEAST HERE IN PARKVILLE IS FOR IT TO GO DOWN, BUT WE’LL SEE, ESPECIALLYS WE A GET AND HEAVIER RAIN THAT MAY CAUSE THOSE WATER LEVELS TO GO BACKP. U LIVE IN PARKVILLE, BRYAN, TO YOU. BRYAN: HERE’S A LOOK AT THE FUTURE SCAN. AS HEAS W TALKING ABOUT MAINLY ON THE MISSOURI SIDE THAN THE KANSAS SIDE BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAPPENS LATER ON THIS EVENING. ANOTHER WAVE WILL BE MOVING THROUGH BY 9:00. THIS TIME PRETTY MUCH FROM MA MARYVILLE GOING BACK TOWARDS WESTERN PORTIONS OF OUR VIENGWI REGI,ON NOT TOO FAR AWAY FROM MANHATTAN, A LINE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS SO WE’LL BE GOING A LITTLE SLOW, 7:00. HEAVIER DOWNPOURS ALONG I70 GOING FARTHER TO THE EAST AND NORTHEAST, BUT THIS ISN’T THE END OF IT. YOU FEEL MORE RAIN AS WELL SO IT IS PART OF ETH REASON WHY THAT FLOOD WATCH, THAT FLASH FLOOD WATCH STAYS IN EFFECTT A LEAST THROUGH TOMORROW, PORTIONS OF THE DAYTIME HOURS. AND THEN LOOKING AT WEDNESDAY, REALLY NOT MUCH RELIEF IN SIGHT. 60’s IN THE MORNING, AFTERNOON HIGH OF 81 DEGREES. 68 TO 84, ISOLATED THUNDERSTMOR ON THURSDAY. ISOLATED MEANING SHRINKING AREA. THAT’S GOOD NEWS. AND THEN ON FDARIY, 80 DEGRS.EE SATURDAY 80, AS WELL. FOWLER NOT QUITE HOT, THAT’S ODGO. 84 RIGHT NOW LOOKING DRY AND THEN A DRY PATTERN SETS UP FOR NEXT WEEK

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Scattered thunderstorms in Kansas City forecast for Tuesday

More rain – this time scattered thunderstorms – is in the forecast for the Kansas City metro area on Tuesday. The high temperature on Tuesday will be 78 degrees. Rain remains in the forecast for Wednesday, but things will be a little warmer with a high of 81 degrees. The Fourth of July weekend forecast looks sunny with highs in the lower 80s.

More rain – this time scattered thunderstorms – is in the forecast for the Kansas City metro area on Tuesday. The high temperature on Tuesday will be 78 degrees. Rain remains in the forecast for Wednesday, but things will be a little warmer with a high of 81 degrees. The Fourth of July weekend forecast looks sunny with highs in the lower 80s.

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