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Kansas City could see severe weather Saturday night into Sunday morning


While most of your day will be dry and pleasant, severe weather is possible for the Kansas City metro Saturday night into Sunday morning.According to the National Weather Service, the entire metro area is in a slight risk area for severe storms.The main threats will be heavy rain, large hail and damaging wind. With this setup, the tornado risk is low.Storms will be approaching the metro later tonight.Make sure you have multiple ways of receiving weather alerts and don’t rely only on outside warning sirens. Download the KMBC 9 News App and set custom weather alerts to make sure you get the First Alert on storms.You can also get more updates by following KMBC 9 News and KMBC 9 Chief Meteorologist Neville Miller on Twitter.

While most of your day will be dry and pleasant, severe weather is possible for the Kansas City metro Saturday night into Sunday morning.

According to the National Weather Service, the entire metro area is in a slight risk area for severe storms.

The main threats will be heavy rain, large hail and damaging wind. With this setup, the tornado risk is low.

Storms will be approaching the metro later tonight.

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Make sure you have multiple ways of receiving weather alerts and don’t rely only on outside warning sirens. Download the KMBC 9 News App and set custom weather alerts to make sure you get the First Alert on storms.

You can also get more updates by following KMBC 9 News and KMBC 9 Chief Meteorologist Neville Miller on Twitter.





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