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Strong winds, unseasonably warm temperatures on tap for Kansas City’s weekend

Updated: 2013-11-15T14:12:34Z

Forgive Kansas Citians if they have short-term memory when it comes to the weather.

Temperatures Friday and through the weekend will be warmer than normal, which might prompt some people to ask, “Cold? What cold?”

After a few days of freezing and winter-like temperatures, the Kansas City area will be treated with highs that will reach and even surpass seasonal normals on Friday, according to the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill.

Temperatures on Friday are expected to reach into the upper 50s. Saturday will be even warmer, as highs reach near 70.

It will be a windy weekend, as a strong storm system moves through. Winds could reach 30 to 40 mph. There’s a chance for scattered showers or thunderstorms Saturday morning.

Winds could reach 30 to 40 mph.

A cold front will move through Sunday morning, but temperatures are still expected to reach into the upper 50s to 60s.

Robert A. Cronkleton, bcronkleton@kcstar.com

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