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Heat Wave Ends with a Bang!

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Good Sunday bloggers,

KANSAS CITY SECTION:

I hope you did not lose power last night and if you did that it has come back on or will come back on ASAP.  We had a weak front along I-70 as a disturbance drifted east out of western Kansas,  These features interacted with about as much atmospheric juice you can . . . → Read More: Heat Wave Ends with a Bang!

Excessive Heat and Rain

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Good Saturday bloggers,

This has been an interesting week across the Plains and Midwest as there has been excessive heat and rainfall.  The pattern will cycle back to the pattern we had at the end of May and this will lead to cooler days and increased chances of rain across all of the middle of the USA.

KANSAS . . . → Read More: Excessive Heat and Rain

Today May Be The 1,412th Straight Day Below 100°

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Good morning bloggers,

The Heat Wave will become official on Saturday as we will then reach Kansas City’s third day in a row of 95º or higher.  It was 97 yesterday. It may hit 100 degrees today, but I think it will fall just short at 98 or 99, and then the best chance of breaking this . . . → Read More: Today May Be The 1,412th Straight Day Below 100°

The Eclipse Forecast Updated

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Good Morning Bloggers,

A Heat Wave is expanding over the plains and we will look at the weather pattern in just a minute, but let us begin this blog with the updated weather forecast for the eclipse. 55 days before the eclipse we issued our first forecast based on the Cycling Pattern Hypothesis and this forecast has . . . → Read More: The Eclipse Forecast Updated

The Heat Wave Will Begin & End Within Five Days

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Good morning bloggers,

Thunderstorms are tracking across northern Missouri this morning, and look closely. There is a Flood Advisory smack down in the middle of the Excessive Heat Warning.  Here are today’s Advisories:

The National Weather Picture:

Most of the nation has calm weather this morning.  There were four main areas of thunderstorms early today. The strongest one was . . . → Read More: The Heat Wave Will Begin & End Within Five Days

Kansas City’s First Heat Wave Of The Summer Begins Soon

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Good morning bloggers,

The streak continues.  There is a chance that it will actually reach 100 degrees later this week on Friday or Saturday, but there is also a reason that it has been almost four years since that number has been reached officially at Kansas City International Airport. It just is not that easy to do. . . . → Read More: Kansas City’s First Heat Wave Of The Summer Begins Soon

The Monsoon Causes Deadly Arizona Flash Flood

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Good morning bloggers,

The monsoon over the southwestern United States has become deadly.  At least nine people were killed in a horrific and very deadly flash flood yesterday in Arizona. Around an inch of rain fell in less than 30 minutes near this popular spot in Arizona.  A group of people from Phoenix and Flagstaff, Arizona had . . . → Read More: The Monsoon Causes Deadly Arizona Flash Flood

Summer Settles In Stronger

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Good Sunday morning bloggers,

Summer is settling in a bit stronger. We will be discussing the jet stream strength in the next blog or two as the jet stream is about to reach its weakest average strength and farthest north position as we move into early August. Yesterday, Jeff clearly established and showed that the weather pattern . . . → Read More: Summer Settles In Stronger

Tracking the “Heat Wave Creating Machine”

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Good Saturday,

We are in for a nice and typical summer weekend of weather.  We will go through the next few days and then use the CPH (Cycling Pattern Hypothesis) to track where the “heat wave creating machine”, anticyclone, is likely to go in the next week.

Here is the forecast for the next three days.

TODAY: This will . . . → Read More: Tracking the “Heat Wave Creating Machine”

A Look Back & A Look Ahead To Some Summer Heat

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Good morning bloggers,

I have just arrived back from Boston. I showed the Cycling Pattern Hypothesis (LRC) to many of my peers. You should have seen their mouths drop.  We are sharing this technology with all of you, and have done so for 15 years in this blog and on the Weather2020 blog. We have now combined . . . → Read More: A Look Back & A Look Ahead To Some Summer Heat