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Wide Spread Major Snowstorm Approaches

Good evening bloggers,

A very strong storm system is taking direct aim on Kansas City. The maximum amounts, that some of our computer models have been predicting, may actually happen in a few spots.  The latest Adonis model, here at KSHB-TV just came out with 14 to 18 inches of snow across the KC Metro area. These . . . → Read More: Wide Spread Major Snowstorm Approaches

Winter Storm Warning Goes Into Effect Soon

Good evening bloggers,

Who thinks this forecast is an easy one?  This has been a difficult day dealing with so many breaking news developments with yesterday’s explosion, today’s car chase, and this developing winter storm. The storm looks impressive right now on Satellite.  I will be analyzing the new data before the 10 PM newscast on 41 Action . . . → Read More: Winter Storm Warning Goes Into Effect Soon

4 PM update

Good evening bloggers,

I have been very busy trying to figure this unusual storm out. Here is a link you may find interesting:

 

The latest GFS had some lower precipitation totals, but other fields on that model convince me that those totals are a bit low.  We are continuing with our 5 to 10 inch forecast. When I show . . . → Read More: 4 PM update

WINTER STORM WARNING!

Good morning bloggers,

The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER STORM WARNING for the entire viewing area!  Significant amounts of snow, sleet, and freezing rain will occur across all areas on Thursday.  I will go over the difference between sleet and freezing rain below.

Weather Timeline:

Today:  Thickening clouds & staying dry.  East to northeast winds 5-15 mph. . . . → Read More: WINTER STORM WARNING!