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Looking Into September & Tropical Development

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Good morning bloggers,

A rather interesting weather pattern is setting up for the first week of September.  There will be a tropical connection forming in the next several days that may end up increasing our chances for rain over the holiday weekend.  The tropics are becoming active as predicted it would be by Weather2020 this week 8 . . . → Read More: Looking Into September & Tropical Development

A Look Into The Next Few Chances Of Thunderstorms

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Good morning bloggers,

As August is inching towards its ending, we are finally getting some more consistent rainfalls.  Today’s thunderstorms had more organization than most complexes of thunderstorms that have struggled in our region this entire season.

Kansas City was just north of the center of this MCS (Mesoscale Convective System).  The thunderstorms continued into the late afternoon . . . → Read More: A Look Into The Next Few Chances Of Thunderstorms

Rare Morning Thunderstorm Moving Into KC & A Look At The Gulf Tropical Potential

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Good morning bloggers,

Well, we haven’t had many mornings like this one.  Here come some thunderstorms.  We will blog later this morning after this moves by.  Here is the radar as of 6:30 AM:

There are more thunderstorms behind the leading edge. This is an evolving complex of thunderstorms as a disturbance moves through this morning. A warm . . . → Read More: Rare Morning Thunderstorm Moving Into KC & A Look At The Gulf Tropical Potential

Thunderstorm Chances Thursday-Labor Day, but There is a Trend

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Good Wednesday bloggers,

Some locations can say that the drought has been seriously dented. Others, well, the same old story.

Here are radar estimated rainfall totals for the last two days, since Monday August 27th. Northern Missouri and southeast Iowa were the big winners with rainfall amounts of 2″ to 5″. Eastern Kansas and west central Missouri were . . . → Read More: Thunderstorm Chances Thursday-Labor Day, but There is a Trend

Look At The Euro Model For Next Weeks Hurricane & Extreme Humidity Will Fuel Thunderstorms

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Good morning bloggers,

Let’s begin with the title of this blog. How does the LRC help a forecast? Weather2020 knows what the weather pattern will look like hours, days, weeks, and months before it happens.  Conditions will become favorable for the Atlantic basin to become active next week.  Now, exactly what will happen is obviously just beginning . . . → Read More: Look At The Euro Model For Next Weeks Hurricane & Extreme Humidity Will Fuel Thunderstorms

High Based Thunderstorms To Start The Week

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Good morning bloggers,

The week begins with high based thunderstorms on this Monday morning.  Sunny The Weather Dog posed for this picture with the altocumulus bases, around 9,000 feet up, and a few rain shafts, and even a little rainbow:

The past few days have had a high of 93° Saturday, 90° Sunday, and today will likely reach . . . → Read More: High Based Thunderstorms To Start The Week

Tuesday Cold Front

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We have been tracking a disturbance this morning. It it is bringing widespread rain and thunderstorms to northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. The KC area will see a few showers and sprinkles until 9-10 AM.

Now, lets talk about the next cold front that arrives Tuesday.

TODAY: There will be lingering areas of clouds this afternoon . . . → Read More: Tuesday Cold Front

Hot, Humid, the Next Cold Front and Lane

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Good Saturday bloggers,

The heat and humidity have returned and will be around through Monday ahead of the next cold front. We will look at the forecast below. First, let’s take a look at how rainfall has evolved over the summer across the middle of the USA. The drought has been obliterated in some locations.

Here is a . . . → Read More: Hot, Humid, the Next Cold Front and Lane

Hurricane Lane – Hawaii – Florida – Hot Surge

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Good morning bloggers,

While a surge of hot air is about to sweep across the plains, Hawaii is still bracing for the affects of Hurricane Lane.  We will also look out to Labor Day weekend where Weather2020 had made a forecast for a potential hurricane to threaten Florida.  The latest models are hinting at tropical storm formation . . . → Read More: Hurricane Lane – Hawaii – Florida – Hot Surge

Rain Is Heading Into KC & A Look Into Major Hurricane Lane

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Good morning bloggers,

A rather large area of rain was inching eastward towards Kansas City this morning.  The temperature dropped to 59° in Kansas City this morning. This means that some rather dry air is off to the north and east of KC, and this will help slow the northeast penetration of the rain.  It will make . . . → Read More: Rain Is Heading Into KC & A Look Into Major Hurricane Lane