Paltry Rainfall and Record Highs Likely

Good Sunday morning bloggers,

The rain has come and gone and the amounts were about what we have been saying.  .10-.15″.  See MAP #1. AND #2.  The next weather on the list is a major warm up as south winds will occur through early Tuesday.  Highs today will reach near 60° with lows tonight in the 50s along with higher humidity.  Keep in mind the average high is 38° and the average low is 19°. 

Monday will see a warm fron set up across northern Missouri, putting much of our region in warm and somewhat humid air.  The record high for Monday, January 28th in Kansas City is 65° in 1917.  We are going for a high of 69°.  See MAP #3 and #4.

MAP #1:  LIVE ESP FROM 715 AM

LIVE ESP 715 AM

LIVE ESP 715 AM

MAP #2: RAINFALL  TOTALS…WHAT A JOKE!

SUNDAY RAINFALL TOTALS

SUNDAY RAINFALL TOTALS

MAP #3: MONDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING

A WARM SURGE

A WARM SURGE

MAP #4: HGHS MONDAY…THE RECORD FOR KC IS 65° IN 1917

A RECORD HIGH IS LIKELY

A RECORD HIGH IS LIKELY

The drought wil be going on until further notice, but at least enjoy the great weather.  Have a great Sunday!

Jeff Penner