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Another Storm, Another Miss Part 3

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We are tracking a storm system moving into Missouri and it is missing western Missouri, shock. It is not only missing our area, but it will become a big storm for the Tennessee Valley and New England. So, the beat goes on.

Here is Weather Track Radar from 630 AM Sunday. There is a large . . . → Read More: Another Storm, Another Miss Part 3

Another Storm, Another Miss Part 2

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Good afternoon bloggers,

We get a late blog today.  I forgot that Jeff took the morning off, and he is working tonight and tomorrow morning. We should feel for Jeff Penner a bit, because when he agreed to do this back to back shift he had forgotten about the time change. So, tonight when he goes home . . . → Read More: Another Storm, Another Miss Part 2

Another storm…..Another miss

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Good morning bloggers,

So, here we go again.  I am on this flight back to KC. My orignical flight was at 6:20 AM, and I missed it. It is the first time in my life that I missed a flight, so I am on the next one.  I flew to North Carolina to work with a big . . . → Read More: Another storm…..Another miss

A Weekend Storm System To Track

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Good morning bloggers,

While the northeastern United States had yet another storm system to experience, Kansas City and surrounding areas continue to have frustration after frustration.  Well, this trend will likely continue for a while longer.  It has been a rather difficult ride for us weather enthusiasts that live near KC.  New York City had snow all . . . → Read More: A Weekend Storm System To Track

Real Storm Systems & Fantasy Storm Systems

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Good Morning Bloggers,

A major winter storm is intensifying over the northeastern United States this morning. The forecast is tricky for the big cities. New York City had rain near Brooklyn this morning with snow just a few miles to the west. The rain/snow line is near the city and there could be a wide range of . . . → Read More: Real Storm Systems & Fantasy Storm Systems

The Reason Why The Northeast Is Being Targeted Again

Good morning bloggers,

Another storm is targeting the northeast.  Why is New York City getting targeted again, while Amarillo, TX is still sitting at 0.01″ of precipitation since October 13th?  The LRC provides the answer, the Cycling Pattern Hypothesis is finally peer reviewed, and here is the link to the paper out now, and in the Journal . . . → Read More: The Reason Why The Northeast Is Being Targeted Again

Another Major Northeastern Storm

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Good morning,

Well, we did it again last night.  The thunderstorms formed two to three counties east of Kansas City and moved away.  A cold front is now moving through this morning. Some rain showers associated with the front are possible.

This system moving by now will become another big storm in the east.  Yes, this fast moving . . . → Read More: Another Major Northeastern Storm

The Most Tame Part of the Storm, Again

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Good Sunday bloggers,

Well, here we go again. We have a storm system tracking into the Plains and eastern Kansas/western Missouri will be in the most tame part of the storm. A blizzard will occur in the northern Plains, high winds will occur in the central Plains and the most rain and thunderstorms will occur east of the . . . → Read More: The Most Tame Part of the Storm, Again

The March Wind Machine

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Good Saturday bloggers,

Gary has been snow chasing at Lake Tahoe as a strong storm system enters from the Pacific Ocean. That system is going to track into the middle of the USA by Sunday night, exiting Wednesday. It will act like all the other systems and do everything it can do to bring our area the . . . → Read More: The March Wind Machine

How Is The Block Influencing This Weather Pattern Now

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Good morning bloggers,

We are now experiencing the fourth cycle of this years weather pattern. The pattern began back in October and it will continue through the rest of winter, spring, and summer before a new and unique pattern sets up next fall.  The uniqueness to this pattern is quite obvious in many ways, one of the . . . → Read More: How Is The Block Influencing This Weather Pattern Now