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Saturday Evening Update…540 PM

Good Saturday Evening bloggers,

When we say it is a tricky forecast we mean it!  We always knew we were on the northwest edge of this system and a shift by one county either way would make a big difference.  Well, it set up one county southeast, so KC will see flurries maybe a dusting in a . . . → Read More: Saturday Evening Update…540 PM

First snowflakes begin, but still a tough forecast!

Good afternoon bloggers,

I just saw my first snowflakes on the south side of the KC metro area, southern Overland Park.  Have you seen any yet?  The band of snow on radar is quite thin.  Something to watch is an area of radar echoes increasing across northern Oklahoma. Let’s watch this band closely.  As is, this is . . . → Read More: First snowflakes begin, but still a tough forecast!

Snow May Be Hours Away, But There Are Still Big Questions

Good Saturday morning bloggers,

The National Weather Service has placed us in a Winter Weather Advisory as you can see below.  We are going to be on the northwestern edge of this storm system.  Where will the snow cut-off line be?

We have been monitoring, and trying to make an accurate forecast for this storm system all week . . . → Read More: Snow May Be Hours Away, But There Are Still Big Questions

Snow Is Likely Later Today With KC On The Northwest Edge

Good morning bloggers,

It is early, 3:45 AM as I am writing this first blog entry of the day. I will be going back to sleep for a few hours, I hope, but I had to write this first entry of the day as I am pretty excited about this storm that is approaching. We all know . . . → Read More: Snow Is Likely Later Today With KC On The Northwest Edge