Today, the high will climb to about 45 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
A south wind of 6 to 8 mph will shift to west northwest in the afternoon, the weather service said.
While there is another opportunity for light precipitation overnight Friday into Saturday behind a cold front, precipitation is likely to be to the north of the Kansas City area, and does not show up in the forecast during the daytime hours Saturday in Kansas City, according to the weather service.
During the day on Saturday, Valentine’s Day, the high will be near 34, according to the weather service, and the west wind will be 6 to 11 mph, becoming north northeast 21 to 17 mph in the morning. Winds may gust as high as 24 mph.
An arctic high pressure ridge will mean temperatures falling into the teens and single digits, according to the weather service. Saturday night, the low will be around 9, with wind chill of minus 5 to 5. The east wind will be 13 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph.
The high pressure will push eastward to the Great Lakes area by early Sunday morning, and as it does, an upper-level trough will dig from the Canadian Plains into the Midwest, the weather service said. This provides the lift for snow development beginning early Sunday morning and continuing through the day Sunday, according to the weather service.
There is a 40 percent chance of snow, and if it arrives, the snow could start around midnight and last through 9 p.m. on Sunday, according to the weather service.
Monday through Thursday appears to be dry, with temperatures on Presidents Day, Monday, at a high of 34, the weather service said. Tuesday’s forecast is a high near 26, then Wednesday, near 32, and Thursday, near 36, according to the weather service.