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Potential for Significant Rain Next 7 Days

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We are about to turn the calendar to October and according to the CPH (Cycling Pattern Hypothesis) a new and unique weather pattern sets up every year in October and November.  Well, it is happening again and one way of seeing it happen is in the wildly changing models with every run.  This is . . . → Read More: Potential for Significant Rain Next 7 Days

A Massively Changing Pattern Begins

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Good Friday morning bloggers,

I am heading off to South Carolina today landing in Savannah, GA this afternoon.  The weather is calm nationwide, so there shouldn’t be any flight delays, at least weather related ones.  Sunny The Weather Dog will be well taken care of, but there is no way to tell her that we will be . . . → Read More: A Massively Changing Pattern Begins

Great Weather Nationwide, But Look Closely

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Good morning bloggers,

The day begins quiet, not just here in KC, but over most of the nation.  On this pond, at Nicklaus Golf Club in Overland Park, you can see the reflections in the water on this rather tranquil morning. There is even a touch of fog hanging over the warmer water this morning.  It will . . . → Read More: Great Weather Nationwide, But Look Closely

Cloud Types As The Weather Pattern Begins Changing

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Good morning bloggers,

The weather over most of the nation has calmed down as fall has finally started.  We have had Major Hurricanes creating Billion Dollar disasters that have set records in various ways the past few weeks.  Hurricane Harvey blasted Texas. Hurricane Irma blasted some of the outer islands and then moved up across Florida after . . . → Read More: Cloud Types As The Weather Pattern Begins Changing

Is Is Too Early To Think About Snow?

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Good morning bloggers,

Let’s have a little fun game with the winner receiving my book “It’s A Sunny Life”.  Now that it has turned cooler with what seems like our first fall change after a hot stretch of days, when do you think we will have our first snowflakes fall in the Kansas City viewing area. I . . . → Read More: Is Is Too Early To Think About Snow?

A Fall Change Finally Arrives This Week

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Good morning bloggers,

In July, Kansas City had 20 days in a row 85° or hotter. This happened from July 6th to July 25th.  KC then went through all of August without even a five day stretch of 85° or hotter.  Today will be the seventh day in a row of 85° or hotter, but then the . . . → Read More: A Fall Change Finally Arrives This Week

Change Around the Corner

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We are in for yet another day of hot and humid very early Fall weather as much cooler and wet conditions are ongoing in the western Plains.  Let’s go through the change in weather and we will have an update on Maria.

This a pretty interesting Sunday morning satellite picture as we see Maria east . . . → Read More: Change Around the Corner

Slowly Approaching Change

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We are in for more very warm to hot and humid weather for this first full weekend of fall.  There is a fall like change about one half a state away, but it is moving at a snails pace.  Also, Maria is still lurking  and we will look at the latest on her as . . . → Read More: Slowly Approaching Change

Open Your Scientific & Artistic Minds To This One: Matthew & Maria

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Good Friday Night In The Big Town bloggers,

We have been sharing a likely connection from earlier cycles to this active hurricane season in this blog.  As we showed you, we made a strong case that Tropical Storm Cindy was related to Major Hurricane Harvey. We made a prediction in this blog 55 days before the eclipse . . . → Read More: Open Your Scientific & Artistic Minds To This One: Matthew & Maria

Climate Prediction Center Issues La Niña Watch

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Good morning bloggers,

ENSO Alert System Status: La Niña Watch
Synopsis: There is an increasing chance (~55-60%) of La Niña during the Northern Hemisphere fall and winter 2017-18.

Over the last month, equatorial sea surface temperatures (SSTs) were near-to-below average across the central and eastern Pacific Ocean (Fig. 1). ENSO-neutral conditions were apparent in the weekly fluctuation of Niño-3.4 . . . → Read More: Climate Prediction Center Issues La Niña Watch