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Another 80°+ March day…no biggie

Good morning bloggers!

Excited for the Final Four today?  Our newsteam is!  Many of the 41ActionNewsers are in New Orleans celebrating…woops, I mean covering…the game!

This pic is from Chris Hernandez, 41ActionNews reporter.

As you can see, there’s a few other tv crews there!  Circled in red is the KU flag hanging from the Superdome.
Today in KC: 82 degrees
Today . . . → Read More: Another 80°+ March day…no biggie

Calm weather headed into the weekend.

Good morning,

The storms flared then fizzled last night.  Most if not all the activity was over northwestern Missouri and southeastern Nebraska.

Here is a picture from David McGuire of the storms firing up Thursday evening.

Storm also fired up in central Kansas but fell apart.  Here is a look at the storm reports from last night.

The weekend is . . . → Read More: Calm weather headed into the weekend.

Thursday Evening Update…6 PM

Good evening bloggers,

Well, a TORNADO WATCH is in effect until 11 PM for northeast Kansas, far northwest Missouri and southeast Nebraska.  The best chance for severe weather tonight will be located in southeast Nebraska and southern Iowa, along and north of the track of a surface low.

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH is in effect until 10 PM . . . → Read More: Thursday Evening Update…6 PM

Severe Weather Risk Later This Evening

Good morning bloggers,

The LLTI (Lezak’s Leaving Town Index) may come into play today.  Thunderstorms have been affecting northern and eastern sections of the viewing area for most of the night.  These have been below severe levels with heavy rainfall from the north side of the KC metro area northward. KCI Airport received one inch of rain . . . → Read More: Severe Weather Risk Later This Evening

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Until Midnight

Updated at 10:30 PM:

A line of strong thunderstorms, not severe as of 10:30 PM, has developed on the north side of the KC metro area, but it is moving away. This thunderstorm event will continue north and east of Kansas City, but it has missed the south side of the metro area. There is only a . . . → Read More: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Until Midnight

Severe Weather Risk Tonight & Thursday

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Click on this first slight risk map for a larger view. There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms tonight as a weak front begins lifting back to the north. Warm advection will begin later this evening, but this will be after a few thunderstorms . . . → Read More: Severe Weather Risk Tonight & Thursday

Thunderstorms Inching Their Way In This Morning

10:15 AM Update:

Thunderstorms are working their way into the KC metro area as they begin to weaken. Let us know what you experience. I will update the blog below by 11:30 AM.

Previous entry below:

Good morning bloggers,

A weak cold front is approaching us and a few showers & thunderstorms formed early this morning. KCI Airport even had . . . → Read More: Thunderstorms Inching Their Way In This Morning

Warmest March In KC History

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The National Weather Service posted a special report on this warm month of March.  Click on the  NWS report on this warm month to read more. Here is some of the information to show you that we are about to set the record for the warmest . . . → Read More: Warmest March In KC History

Will we hit 80 today?

Good Morning Bloggers!

I hope you’re doing well!  Heading to Saint Louis this morning for the KU game?  Fog on the eastern half of the state will lift early today and lovely weather is expected state-wide!

Today, our temperatures approach 80°.  Winds will be very light from the south, so that may limit the amount of warming we . . . → Read More: Will we hit 80 today?

Superb Saturday

Good Morning Bloggers!

Care to take a stab at the weekend weather trivia?

The original F-scale for defining tornado strength was a breakthrough at the time Fujita introduced it, but it had many shortcomings.  Of them, it actually overestimated wind speeds in strong tornadoes.

This wasn’t a shortcoming of the original F-Scale, but from the appearance of the tornado cloud . . . → Read More: Superb Saturday