The rains that inundated Kansas City for the past two weeks have moved away, but not before one last parting shot. A rogue shower extended the city’s streak of at least a trace of precipitation to a record 14 consecutive days. Kansas City will dry out and warm up the next few days.
The rains that inundated Kansas City for the past two weeks have moved away, but not before one last parting shot. A rogue shower extended the city’s streak of at least a trace of precipitation to a record 14 consecutive days. Kansas City will dry out and warm up the next few days. File photo Associated Press
The rains that inundated Kansas City for the past two weeks have moved away, but not before one last parting shot. A rogue shower extended the city’s streak of at least a trace of precipitation to a record 14 consecutive days. Kansas City will dry out and warm up the next few days. File photo Associated Press

Rogue shower extends KC’s streak of rain to record 14 consecutive days; perfect weekend awaits

April 06, 2017 08:58 AM