It appears that Wednesday will be the day to get outside work accomplished as the Kansas City area sees a short drying-out period.
Kansas Citians can expect a dry day Wednesday with temperatures rising into the upper 70s to middle 80s.
So far in the month of May, there have been only three days without rain, the National Weather Service in Kansas City said on its Facebook page.
The chance for thunderstorms, however, returns late Wednesday with the chance for storms increasing throughout the day Thursday. Storms are expected to be scattered and not severe. Highs are expected to reach into the middle 80s, according to the National Weather Service
Widespread storms are expected Friday. There’s a chance that some isolated storms will be severe. The storms are expected to bring heavy rain during the day and night on Friday, which could lead to continued or additional flooding.
The Kansas City area should begin to dry back out during the day on Saturday. Highs are expected to fall back into the 70s for the end of the weekend and beginning of the work week, according to the National Weather Service.
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