Chance of thunderstorms in Kansas City on April 12

Make sure you have a way to stay on top of the weather on Tuesday night, especially after dark. The Kansas City area is expected to see a thin line of severe thunderstorms move into the area Tuesday evening and last through the early hours of Wednesday morning. The system doesn’t seem as strong and looks like it will weaken as it gets closer to Kansas City, while the tornado threat has lessened. This cannot be ruled out. There could be heavy thunderstorms Wednesday morning, mostly east of Kansas City. We will still have gusty winds on Wednesday. The day will be much colder. Highs will be in the 50s on Wednesday. 9:47 PM – 9:40 PM – 8:05 PM – 6:45 PM – Make sure you are prepared with a safe, clear area to go to in the event of a tornado warning in your county . Make sure this area is stocked with emergency supplies and make sure you have multiple ways to receive weather warnings and alerts. Stay with the First Alert weather team for updates Tuesday through Wednesday.

Make sure you have a way to stay on top of the weather on Tuesday night, especially after dark.

The Kansas City area is expected to see a thin line of severe thunderstorms move into the area Tuesday evening and last through the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The system doesn’t seem as strong and looks like it will weaken the closer it gets to Kansas City.

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As the tornado threat subsided. This cannot be ruled out.

There could be heavy thunderstorms Wednesday morning, mostly east of Kansas City.

We will still have gusty winds on Wednesday. The day will be much colder. Highs will be in the 50s on Wednesday.


9:47 p.m.

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9:40 p.m.

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8:05 p.m.

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6:45 p.m.

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Make sure you are prepared with a safe, clear space to go to in the event of a tornado warning in your county. Make sure this area is stocked with emergency supplies and make sure you have multiple ways to receive weather warnings and alerts.

Stay with the First Alert weather team for updates Tuesday through Wednesday.

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