Tornado watch issued for parts of the Kansas City Metro


POSSIBILITY OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AGAIN FOR THIS EVENING ALTHOUGH FROM APPROXIMATELY 9 AM FOR THE METRO ITSELF. I THINK THIS IS TIME WE CAN SEE THE WEATHER APPROACHING THE 435 LOOP. WE ONLY CALL IT ON A 20% CHANCE THEN MORE. THE NIGHT IN THE EARLY PART OF TUESDAY WILL SEE A BETTER CHANCE OF THESE RAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. THIS IS THE OTHER MODEL. I WANT TO SHOW YOU WHAT SHOWS A BETTER CHANCE OF WHERE THESE THUNDERSTORMS WILL RESULT OVER THE NEXT HOURS OR SO TO BE THIS VERY THIN LINE. SO NOT EVERYONE UNDERSTANDS IT BUT IT STILL LOOKS LIKE AERFT A TIME YOU WILL START TRYING TO MAKE ADVANCE TO KANSAS CITY. SO LOOKING AT THE 12 HOUR FORECAST FOR YOUR TUESDAY MORNING IMPACTS, TYHE SHOULD BE BELOW SEVERE CRITERIA THE OTHER HALF OF THE DAY. THIS IS WHEN WE CAN SEE THE ALERTS THROUGH WHICH THIS IS WHY IT IS AN ALERT DAY BY THEN WE CAN SEE OTHER WATCHES AND WARNINGS ISSUED. SO FOR ME THUNDERSTORMS COULD GIVE TEPONTIALLY MORE ADVERSE WINDS ADVERSE HAIL CANNOT ELIMINATE POTENTIAL FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH TORNADOES TOO BUT IT WILL MOVE TOWARDS THE EVENING HOURS AS IT WILL RUN FOR THE FIRST IN THE DAWN PART OF THE MORNING DRIVE AND THENET S UP SHOP FURTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST EXCLUSIVE FIRST OF THE NINE DAY FORECAST TALKS AINGA AN EVENING ALERT ALERTAY D TOMORROW FOR TUESDAY WEDNESDAY. THIS WILL HAVE MORE IMPACT. 72 THURSDAY 72 DRYNESS FRIDAY LOOKS AS DRY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY MORE LIKELIHOOD OF RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS BUT AT LEAST TEMPERATURES GETTING CLOSER TO NORMAL. SO HOPE THIS IS NOT GOGIN TO BE SEVERE NECESSARILY WILL CONTINUE TO WATCH AND

Tornado watch issued for parts of the Kansas City Metro

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Thunderstorms could develop later Monday evening and overnight in northeastern Kansas and northwestern Missouri. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch until 1 a.m. for Andrew, Buchanan, Clinton, DeKalb, Gentry, Harrison, Holt, Nodaway, Platte, and Worth County in Missouri and Anderson, Atchison, Douglas, Franklin, Jefferson, Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami and Wyandotte County Kansas. Strong to severe thunderstorms are likely Tuesday afternoon and evening. The main threats will be damaging winds, hail and maybe a tornado or two. Heavy rain could lead to flooding problems. The high will be 83. As the front winds down we will see more chance of rain on Wednesday before ending and becoming cooler on Thursday. Stay with KMBC’s First Alert Weather Team for updates on changing weather.

Thunderstorms could develop later Monday evening and overnight in northeastern Kansas and northwestern Missouri.

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch until 1 a.m. for Andrew, Buchanan, Clinton, DeKalb, Gentry, Harrison, Holt, Nodaway, Platte, and Worth County in Missouri and Anderson, Atchison, Douglas, Franklin, Jefferson, Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami and Wyandotte County Kansas.

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The low falls in the low 70s.

Strong to severe thunderstorms are likely Tuesday afternoon and evening. The main threats will be damaging winds, hail and maybe a tornado or two.

Heavy rain could lead to flooding problems. The maximum will be 83.

As the front stalls we will see more chance of rain on Wednesday before ending and turning cooler on Thursday.

Stay with KMBC’s First Alert Weather Team for updates on changing weather.


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