Hot and humid days will make the Kansas City area feel like it’s baking in temperatures over 100 degrees the next few days. In this file photo from 2007, Keyron Clark, then 9, knew how to keep his cool on a Friday afternoon as he walked toward home with a bag of ice near Bales and St. John avenues in Northeast Kansas City.
Hot and humid days will make the Kansas City area feel like it’s baking in temperatures over 100 degrees the next few days. In this file photo from 2007, Keyron Clark, then 9, knew how to keep his cool on a Friday afternoon as he walked toward home with a bag of ice near Bales and St. John avenues in Northeast Kansas City. File photo The Star
Hot and humid days will make the Kansas City area feel like it’s baking in temperatures over 100 degrees the next few days. In this file photo from 2007, Keyron Clark, then 9, knew how to keep his cool on a Friday afternoon as he walked toward home with a bag of ice near Bales and St. John avenues in Northeast Kansas City. File photo The Star

Kansas City heats up with hot and humid days, stormy nights for next few days

June 15, 2017 08:32 AM

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