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KC expects pleasant spring weather for Mother’s Day weekend

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There is a chance of afternoon showers and lightning in northern Missouri on Thursday afternoon, but the rain should stay away from the Kansas City metro area, according to the National Weather Service. Nice spring weather is expected in the coming days.

National Weather Service in Kansas City



Are you planning to treat your mom this Mother’s Day in Kansas City? It’s better to make plans for outdoor activities early in the day as storms and heavy rain are expected to return, according to the National Weather Service.

But before the next rounds of storms, the Kansas City region will get a break from the severe weather as pleasant spring conditions will prevail across the region through the first part of the weekend, according to the weather service.

The weather will be mainly sunny on Thursday, with light to moderate winds expected, although gusts of up to 37 km/h are possible at times. Temperatures will be in the low 70s. The average temperature in Kansas City for this time of year is 73 degrees.

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There is a chance of showers and thunder in the afternoon, but the weather service said rain should stay away from the Kansas City metro area in northern Missouri.

Drier weather is expected on Friday and Saturday. Sunny skies will allow temperatures to reach the low 70s on Friday and the upper 70s on Saturday. Nighttime conditions will be mostly clear and comfortable, with temperatures in the low to upper 50s.

Stormy Mother’s Day possible

Mother’s Day starts well, with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will reach almost 80 degrees.

However, skies will become mostly cloudy as the chance for showers and thunderstorms returns. The chance of rain is 30 percent in the afternoon and grows to 50 percent on Sunday night. Heavy rain is possible with some storms, the weather service said.

Showers and thunderstorms will continue into Monday, with a 70% chance of rain. The chances of precipitation drop to 50% in the evening.

There will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms from Tuesday to Wednesday. There is probably an even greater chance of storms during the night from Wednesday to Thursday.

“It appears the active weather pattern is continuing,” the weather service said in its forecast discussion.

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