Hot and humid with t-storms by this evening

Good morning Bloggers,

The heat goes on… daytime highs will continue to heat to the upper 80s.  It will feel even warmer, with heat index values reaching the mid to upper 90s.


Here are your t-storm chances for today:

rain chances sunday

By the lunch hour today, most of the region will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds.


By the late afternoon, there’s an isolated t-storm chance across the KC metro area, but scattered t-storms are possible across eastern MO and from NE KS to NW MO.


By sundown, scattered t-storms are possible across KC.


Severe weather is possible this afternoon and evening. Large hail and damaging winds are possible



Are you going to Bark at the Park?  Make sure you and your dog stays hydrated.



World Cup fever: Cheering on Team USA at Power and Light? It will be hot there too!


I’d love to see how you are spending your Sunday, so share pics with me on my twitter account @MichelleApon.


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7 comments to Hot and humid with t-storms by this evening

  • Hockeynut69

    Church, Oceans of Fun, and grilling out at home while watching the USA team win and advance to the elimination round.

  • Dobber

    Severe weather tonight more likely than previously forecasted according to NWS

  • Drought Miser

    Main show looking to be north east of Kc

  • sedsinkc

    Radar picking up very weak echoes from an outflow boundary north of KC from the storms that moved across northeast KS and are still moving across northern MO. The boundary currently lies from northern Clay county WSW to just N of KCI Airport and is still moving southward a little bit. The region near this boundary must be watched a little later this PM as one area for storm initiation, though the main focus area for new storms will be moving east toward KC from central KS later this afternoon.

  • sedsinkc

    New MD from SPC concerniing severe potential west of KC, watch likely (80% chance of watch issuance). “http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md1119.html”