A great, Good Friday!

Good Friday morning bloggers,

Michelle Apon here and I’ve have some wonderfully warm weather to tell you about.  Plus, details on the rain/storm chances for the end of the weekend.


Gorgeous and Great Good Friday A warm front will lift through the area and to reflect that, daytime high temperatures will reach the upper 60s to near 70°.  Not only will it be warm, it will bright and sun-filled for today.

Royally radiant If you are planning on going to Kauffman stadium for the 7:10 p.m. Royals game, temps will start off in the mid 60s and will slowly fall to the upper 50s by 10 p.m.


Egg-cellent Easter Weekend:  Most of Easter weekend will be warm.  On Saturday, highs temps will quickly heat to the upper 70s! It will be a perfect day for egg hunts or anything you have planned outdoors.  One thing to keep in mind, it will be windy on Saturday.

Saturday at the “K” will be nice with temps in the 70s.  If you are going to Sporting Park for the Sporting KC game on Saturday evening, the game will start off in the 70s, falling to the upper 60s by the end of the game.

A majority of Easter Sunday will be dry.  Daytime highs will heat to the lower 70s.


Easter Sunday evening:  Rain and t-storms chances ramp up for NW MO and NE KS.


Monday morning: The area will be dodging rain and a few storms as this system moves through the area. Rain will come to an end by Monday afternoon.


Have a blessed Passover and Easter,


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7 comments to A great, Good Friday!

  • gwh64063

    Thanks for a very nice write-up, Michelle. Saturday is looking very good for the Flights of Fancy annual Kansas City Kite Club kite festival at the MCC Longview College campus near Lee’s Summit. My family and I have attended this for several years in a row; the kids really enjoy it (face paining, kite making, food vendors, music, kite sales, and more). And I must admit, flying a kite is very calming and stress relieving! Winds are looking very favorable for the big stuff too.

  • Drought Miser

    Wowowo Great write up Michelle !!
    Two questions for you, Ummm how come sometimes when a warm front lifts by us we have severe storms and other times it’s nothing?? And in the graphics above are the different shades of green, yellow and orange precipitation amounts (ie green is sprinkles and yellow / orange is a toad strangler) or are they are chances of precipitation at those spots on the maps (ie green is around 20% and yellow / orange is near 80% chance of rain) and thanks for your time and have a great weekend!!!

  • gwh64063

    No new blog today???

  • Hockeynut69

    New blog went poof! Just like our rain chances!

  • Drought Miser

    Gary probably will do one in the morning when storm confidence or lack of storm confidence is greater!!!

  • Henley

    I think Gary is the only one interested in this blog, the rest of them could care less.