Skies were partly cloudy Thursday afternoon with a temperature of 71 degrees in Kansas City, Kan.
Wyandotte County was not under any watches or warnings as of Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. There was a 60 percent chance of rain or storms on Thursday afternoon. Winds will pick up Thursday evening and night, according to the National Weather Service.
Areas of central Missouri, including Cass County, Mo., and Johnson County, Mo., were under a tornado watch on Thursday afternoon.
A severe thunderstorm was about 6 miles north of Clinton, Mo.
Additionally, a flood warning was in effect for portions of central Kansas and central Missouri. Among areas that might experience flooding are Warrensburg, Mo., and Sedalia, Mo.
Revolve KC recently accepted donations in connection with a fundraiser at Whole Foods Market, 91st and Metcalf, Overland Park, Kan.
Five percent of the store sales on a recent day was donated to the Earn-a-Bike program sponsored by Revolve KC. According to Liz Bejan, the founder of Revolve KC, it was a huge success.
“We got a lot of donations and this will help us out greatly,” she said.
Revolve KC is the only program where youths may take a bike safety test and receive a reconditioned bicycle. With the summer months coming and the many bike trails that there are in the Kansas City area, bicycling would be a great way to get fit and a way to save gasoline as well.
Revolve KC has an office at 554 Central Ave., Kansas City, Kan.
For more information on how to volunteer or get free bikes, go to the website www.revolvekc.org.
The Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science will hold a spring recruiting session at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 20, at the Bonner Springs Public Library, 201 N. Nettleton Ave., Bonner Springs.
Kansas high school sophomores are invited to attend the free information session.
Students who complete the Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science receive a high school diploma from their high school and receive a minimum of 68 hours college credit from Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan.
Tuition, fees and books for 68 credit hours are free for students attending a Kansas public high school.
For more information, visit https://www.fhsu.edu/kams/.