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April 30th Blizzard Warning

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Good Sunday,

This has been quite a storm this weekend.  We have seen 1″ to 4″ of rain and some flooding with 7″-10″ of rain across southern Missouri and much more severe flooding.  There is a Blizzard warning today for northwest Kansas where 6″-15″ of snow is falling.  This big storm is on the move and will . . . → Read More: April 30th Blizzard Warning

Large Plains Storm

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Good Saturday,

Our weather this weekend will be dominated by a huge storm system tracking from the southwest USA to Great Lakes.  There will be flooding, severe weather and snow with this storm.  KC seems to be in the more tame part with just periods of rain and thunderstorms (heavy at times), not severe and no snow. . . . → Read More: Large Plains Storm

A Wet Storm Is Developing

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Good evening bloggers,

A very strong and wet storm is developing.  Excessive rainfall is likely over parts of Missouri. In Kansas City we will be paying very close attention to how this sets up on Saturday as KC is on the northwestern edge of this system. Late this Friday afternoon we had a cold front just inching . . . → Read More: A Wet Storm Is Developing

The Weekend Storm & A Look Into July

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Good Thursday morning bloggers,

Good morning bloggers,

The weekend storm is rather fascinating as it doesn’t even exist at this moment. In today’s blog we will look at the rainfall total differences from the models. And, we will also look at July as some of you have asked how many 100 degree days will there be and will . . . → Read More: The Weekend Storm & A Look Into July

Wild Weather!

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Good Wednesday,

The next five days of weather are going to be crazy across the middle of the country with severe weather, flooding, frost, freezes and snow as we track three storm systems, the strongest this weekend.  Kansas City seems to be in the more tame part as we will see several periods of rain, but should . . . → Read More: Wild Weather!

Slight Risk Tonight

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Time-Line:

Today: Partly cloudy & warm.  No chance of rain with south winds 10-25 mph.  High: 77°
Tonight:  Thunderstorms developing near a cold front. The chance of rain is highest along and southeast of I-35 around 8 PM to 11 PM. Low:  49°

The weather pattern is now becoming more active for around the . . . → Read More: Slight Risk Tonight

A Great Day Today, Then Big Changes!

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Good morning bloggers,

The weather pattern is going to be rather active this week with the potential for a severe weather outbreak by the weekend. Remember, as we showcased a few days ago, and forecasted 60 days ago, this part of the pattern has produced a major severe weather outbreak in the previous cycle. It most likely . . . → Read More: A Great Day Today, Then Big Changes!

Active Weather Begins Tuesday Night

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Good Sunday,

We are in for a near perfect Sunday of weather with full sunshine, light winds and highs around 70°.  Tonight will be clear and cool with lows in the 40s.  Monday will become windy with highs 70°-75°.  Then, the pattern gets rather active as a storm system forms Tuesday, bringing a strong cold front through. . . . → Read More: Active Weather Begins Tuesday Night

Calmer Weather for a Few Days

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Good Saturday,

The current storm is over and it just missed KC as we were expecting, but boy did it come close.  Look at the radar from around 1 AM Saturday.  Paola to La Cygne to Butler was seeing some rather heavy rain with very little rain in KC.  If the northern edge was 20 miles further . . . → Read More: Calmer Weather for a Few Days

This Weekend Storm & Next Week’s Bigger Risk

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Good morning bloggers,

A storm system is moving into the plains today. There is a small enhanced slight risk area that we will discuss in a minute. A much more significant severe weather risk is likely later this month as many of you have been discussion and wondering about in recent blog comments. One of the bigger . . . → Read More: This Weekend Storm & Next Week’s Bigger Risk