While today will be dry with a high of 79, the National Weather Service has extended the flood warning through 8 p.m. tonight.
Caution is advised for drivers, as some roads in the metropolitan area remain flooded or closed, according to the weather service.
Rivers and streams may continue to respond to the recent heavy rainfall, and some will stay in or near flood stage for the next few days, according to the weather service.
The Missouri River at Kansas City has dropped to 21 feet from its high of 23.8 on Tuesday, according to NOAA flood charts. Flood stage is 32 feet.
The Kansas River in Kansas City, Kansas, at 23rd Street has dropped to 24 feet on Wednesday morning, down from 27.4 feet on Tuesday, according to NOAA charts. Flood stage is 33 feet.
Turkey Creek at Southwest Boulevard has dropped to 48.5 feet on Wednesday, from its high of 55.5 feet on Monday night and Tuesday morning, according to NOAA charts. The flood stage is 61 feet.
On Wednesday morning, Stranger Creek at Easton, Kansas, was in moderate flood stage at 20.9 feet. Flood stage there is 17 feet, according to NOAA charts.
The weather is expected to be dry for the rest of this week.
Tonight, skies will be mostly clear with a low of 60 and a light and variable wind, according to the weather service.
Thursday, it will be sunny with a high near 81 and a calm wind changing to south southeast 5 to 7 in the morning, the weather service said.
Thursday night, expect partly cloudy skies and a low of 63, with a southeast wind of 6 mph, according to the weather service.
Friday, it will be partly sunny with a high near 81 and a south southeast wind of 5 to 7 mph, the weather service said.
Friday night, expect mostly cloudy skies with a low of 63, according to the weather service.
Saturday, it will be mostly sunny with a high near 82, the weather service said.
Saturday night, the low will be around 64 with partly cloudy skies, according to the weather service.
Sunday, expect partly sunny skies with a high near 82, the weather service said.