A very slight chance for rain enters back into the forecast by Wednesday afternoon.
After setting a record high yesterday, things have cooled off quite a bit heading into St. Patrick's Day.
A very warm and dry start to the week with record high temperatures across the area.
Record breaking heat on the way today. Gusty winds will help temperatures climb to the 80s. Fire risk remains high through the afternoon.
Temperatures near 80 degrees will feel nice but combined with dry air could cause another day of brush fires sparking up.
After a cool Saturday with highs in the 60s, we'll make it into the low/mid 70s to end the weekend.
A cold front will move through the area Friday night dropping Saturday's high temperatures into the 60s.
Temperatures return to the 70s this afternoon, but a cold front will cool things down on Saturday.
Despite a few clouds moving into the area Friday we'll warm up into the low 70s once again.
A mild start to Thursday leads to another day of 70s and sunshine!
Temperatures climb back to the upper 60s and 70s after a cool start.
Lots of clouds covered much of northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas on Tuesday.
A cool morning quickly turns to a warm afternoon with highs in the 70s.
Temperatures were well above normal Monday across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.
Temperatures quickly warm up after starting off in the 30s this morning.
Monday will be another beautiful day while returning to work, plenty of sun with highs in the 60s.
Even though we'll lose an hour late Saturday night we'll gain more sunlight and end the weekend in the low 60s.
After a week of below normal temperatures we finally will see a warm weekend.
Highs return to the 50s today and this is only the beginning of a long stretch of warm weather,
A clear and cold start to the day across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.
Wind chills start in the single digits this morning with cloudy skies. Highs only reach 30.
After morning drizzle and light rain we will see colder air move in tonight.
Expect drizzle this morning as temperatures reach the 40s. A cold front arrives this afternoon bringing colder air with it.
A wintry mix of precipitation will make its way towards us Monday night into Tuesday.
There's a chance for a little more wintry weather to start off the week.
The work week will start with high temperatures in the mid/upper 30s but not with much sun.
We'll see an additional half inch to an inch of snow through Sunday morning.
A weekend storm system will move our way as we head toward Saturday afternoon.
Friday is dry with highs around 20, but snow arrives on Saturday.
A fast moving disturbance last night brought us some rain and snow. Behind the disturbance cold air has moved in.
Arctic air brings bitter cold Thursday morning. Wind chills remain at or below zero for the entire day.
Afternoon clouds and rain/snow will move across the area Wednesday.
Rain returns to the forecast this afternoon as temperatures reach the upper 40s. Cold air will change the rain over to snow later tonight.
Temperatures on Tuesday rose into the upper 30s and mid 40s.
Temperatures climb to the 40s today, but snow and arctic air return to the forecast by the midweek.
Temperatures on Tuesday will rise into the mid 40s with a strong southwesterly wind.
The week begins with subzero wind chills and even a Wind Chill Advisory for a portion of the viewing area.
Wind Chills Sunday night and Monday morning will be as low as -10, expect little warming through Monday.
Layer worthy temperatures move back in Sunday as we'll be in the teens most of the day.
A fast moving storm system will bring northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas a mixture of rain,sleet and snow.
Warmer weather makes its way in to the region today, but winter weather returns quickly.
After a cold middle part of the week we will warm up as we go in to Friday.
The Arctic blast is hitting 24 states and creating a challenge for drivers on icy roads in some places. In St. Joseph, the temperature dropped to 10 below zero overnight, which tied a record low.
Morning temperatures dropped 10 below zero in St. Joseph, tying a record low set back in 1978. More winter weather is on the way.
A strong arctic cold front has moved into the area and temperatures have struggled to stay in the teens for highs.
Wind chills drop to 10 to 15 below zero this morning as a blast of arctic air moves across the region.
A area of snow will move by and then cold air for the rest of the week.
There's a chance for light snow today as a Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 10 AM.
After snowfall across the area on Sunday we will now start to deal with the cold air.
Snow continues to move well off to the south, but another chance of light snow arrives tomorrow.