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The Changing Pattern

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Good morning bloggers,

A unique pattern is setting up right before our eyes and it is likely about half way to becoming set for the season.  It is still evolving. Let’s take a look:

This map on the left shows the 500 mb flow valid today around 1 PM.  There is a negatively tilted trough in the middle . . . → Read More: The Changing Pattern

Close To Eleven Inches Of Rain This Month

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City is close to having an eleven inches of rain during this month of October.  A few spots have had over 15 inches of rain within the KC metro area.

A storm system is developing this morning and rain will begin to form soon.  A surface cyclone has been tracking across southern Kansas overnight into . . . → Read More: Close To Eleven Inches Of Rain This Month

Another Great Weather Day In KC

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Good morning bloggers,

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos yesterday on a great Sunday afternoon. The weather this past weekend was about as perfect as is possible at this time of the year.  It was 72 degrees Saturday and 66 degrees Sunday at KCI Airport.  And, today, will be just as nice with a forecast . . . → Read More: Another Great Weather Day In KC

A Front and Storm System

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Good Sunday bloggers,

A cold front moved through last night and we had a few rain showers around 3 AM. The rest of the day will be sunny with decreasing wind, which means great weather for the two big sport events. We have the Chiefs starting at noon and then Sporting KC begins at 330 PM.

TODAY: . . . → Read More: A Front and Storm System

Fantastic Fall Weather, then a Change

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We are in for some great weather this weekend as a major storm affects New England and a smaller system tracks southeast out of the northern Rockies. This smaller system will have a minor impact on our weather.

A front and storm system will affect the weather Tuesday and Halloween, so let’s go day by . . . → Read More: Fantastic Fall Weather, then a Change

A Storm Next Week?

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Good evening, It’s Friday Night In The Big Town,

The models are narrowing in on a potential storm next week. There is a lot to think about and discuss with this system.  I have had my eye on this for a while now as we learn more about the new pattern. Take a look at these two . . . → Read More: A Storm Next Week?

Thursday Rain & One Of the Strongest Hurricanes/Typhoons Ever Seen

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Timeline:

Today:  Cloudy with a 100% chance of rain. Temperatures dropping into the 40s and staying there. Expect a light east breeze.
Friday: Cloudy early with some sunshine late. High:  58°
Saturday:  Mostly sunny with a few periods of clouds. Winds increasing from the north later in the day.  High:  65°
Sunday: Mostly sunny and . . . → Read More: Thursday Rain & One Of the Strongest Hurricanes/Typhoons Ever Seen

Willa and Rain Chances

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Good Tuesday bloggers,

We are tracking a major hurricane and two to three minor chances of rain. Let’s look at the hurricane first.

Hurricane Willa will make landfall tonight near Mazatlan as a category 3. Fortunately, it has been steadily weakening since it reached category 5 strength Monday morning with 160 mph winds. That being said, it will . . . → Read More: Willa and Rain Chances

The Snowflake Contest Begins & 22 Years Ago Was The Snowy October Surprise

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Good morning bloggers,

The weather pattern continues to set up for the season. The 2018-2019 LRC has a few more weeks to go before we will know so much more.  Where is the big western trough that created the conditions for 10″ of rain? Is that coming back? If you have been following our blog the past . . . → Read More: The Snowflake Contest Begins & 22 Years Ago Was The Snowy October Surprise

Two Small Systems the Next 7 Days

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We are having some great fall weather and it will last most of the next week with a few exceptions.

It has been a rather active month of October and look what it has done to the drought east of the Rockies.  There is virtually no more drought across the eastern 2/3 of the USA. . . . → Read More: Two Small Systems the Next 7 Days