We just couldn’t shake the cloudy, gloomy skies on Sunday and it looks like a new week brings several chances of rain. Read more
FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) – We’re coming down the homestretch of February, just 10 days left until we flip the calendar to March. The weather pattern suggests we are in for a bumpy ride over the next week and a half. That means March could come in like a lion. Read more
This Valentine’s Day temperatures are expected to warm close to 30 degrees. That doesn’t sound very warm if we were talking about San Diego, but this is Kansas City and we’re doing pretty well! Read more
Part one of our latest winter storm will continue to impact us tonight. The second part of the storm rolls in Thursday and will bring us a better chance for accumulating snow Thursday night and Friday. Winter Weather Advisories are still in effect for parts of the area until late evening. Read more
The next Winter Storm to impact Kansas City is rounding into shape Tuesday afternoon. The storm currently consists of two pieces of energy. Both are easy to see on the radar/satellite map. We’ve got arrows pointing to both parts of the upcoming weather maker. Read more
Bitter cold Thursday morning with temperatures in the teens and wind chills near zero. We will see partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 20s. Our Storm Track 5 meteorologists are tracking our next storm system for Friday that is expected to bring a winter mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet during the day. Read more
The season's first winter storm is hitting the Kansas City metro, bringing freezing rain Friday evening with snow expected Saturday morning. Read more
- Both ice and snow will likely impact roads and could lead to power outages as well Friday night into Saturday.
- We can deal with the snow, but the potential of ice first and then heavy snow on top could create a mess on roads along with higher concerns now for older large trees and power lines into Saturday.
- This storm system is not locked down. Timing and totals can still adjust the next 48 hours.
December thunder? Possible this weekend. Read more
It is Monday afternoon and the snow is coming down! It should finally taper this evening, but not before another inch of snow falls and sticks on untreated surfaces. Read more
Daylight continues to shorten and the average highs and lows continue to fall. But Mother Nature missed the memo for the first week of December. Instead of cold, gray December days, we’re staring at a stretch of sunny, mild days this week. Why so mild this week, why so un-December? Simple answer, the jet stream. Read more
We are still tracking three storms that will impact a large part of the United States between Tuesday and Saturday. The first storm is strengthening Monday afternoon over the Rocky Mountains. This means a major winter storm is still expected to impact the upper Midwest Tuesday and Wednesday. Read more
The weather pendulum is about to swing again in November. This week will be the third time this month where the high temperature is in the 60s one day and in the 30s the next. Just look at the surface map from Monday afternoon and you can see the warm air over the high plains poised to move into the Missouri River Valley, the southern plains and the lower Mississippi River Valley. Read more
Get ready! It looks like we could have our first real dose of arctic air invading the Midwest by this time next week. Read more
Nearly all forms of Winter Weather could strike the Kansas City area over the next 36 hours as cold air also invades the Midwest. Read more
This week will bring our first chance for snow this season! Sometimes we have to wait until late December or January before this happens so when the forecast reads snow and it’s only October that’s a big story. Read more
Get use to these cool days and chilly nights and maybe a couple of bone chilling nights as we get closer to Halloween. Read more
We wrapped up September with yet another warm day. That means September 2019 was a very warm month. The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill says this was the sixth warmest September since record keeping started. Here’s a synopsis of the September stats. Read more
Monday marked the beginning of Fall when the sun's rays were shining directly over the equator, also known as the autumnal equinox. The Autumnal Equinox occurred at 2:50 a.m. local time, but technically speaking, we haven't seen equal hours of daylight and darkness in Kansas City just yet. Read more