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Good morning bloggers,

A WINTER STORM WATCH has been issued by the NWS, and this includes the KC metro area.  Now, if this is updated to a Winter Storm Warning anywhere in the KC viewing area, it would be the first time in 1,061 days, take a look:

I calculated the date 1061 days ag0, and it comes . . . → Read More: WINTER STORM WATCH

Happy Thanksgiving! Two storms to track!


Good morning bloggers,

Happy Thanksgiving to all of the bloggers!  I am thankful that you have all helped create a great place for us to share in our weather enthusiasm!  Now, did the data come in good or bad overnight?  Let’s take a look.

The first storm will spread some rain across our area on Friday.  This season, . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving! Two storms to track!

Great Thanksgiving Day Weather, Then What?


Good morning bloggers,

I just took Sunny The Weather Dog out for a morning walk and the weather was so nice.   It is 15 degrees warmer than it was yesterday morning, and temperatures will surge to near 60 degrees today, Thanksgiving Day, and also on Saturday.  There are two storm systems we are tracking:

The energy for . . . → Read More: Great Thanksgiving Day Weather, Then What?

Great Thanksgiving Day Forecast, Then A Storm?


Good morning bloggers,

Well, who watched that entire game last night:  A 54-51 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.  This is a growing and learning experience for our young superstar, Patrick Mahomes, who had a rough night trying to do a bit too much.  It stings this morning, the day after, but think about this; their two . . . → Read More: Great Thanksgiving Day Forecast, Then A Storm?

A Look Through Thanksgiving Week


Good morning bloggers,

Thanksgiving week begins calm, and it likely won’t end calm across the United States. The question is where will a potentially strong storm system form by the end of this holiday weekend?  Let’s begin this morning with what I sketched out through the frost on my windshield this morning:  Go Chiefs!

The weather in Los . . . → Read More: A Look Through Thanksgiving Week

Thanksgiving Week, Day by Day


Good Sunday bloggers,

There was mist overnight in KC with snow in northern Missouri. A few bands of very light snow crossed Platte and Clay counties. Roads in KC are in pretty good shape with possibly a few slick spots. Any slick spots will vanish after 10 AM. Northern Missouri will have worse road conditions through the . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving Week, Day by Day

Weekend Wintry Change


Good Saturday bloggers,

We had a nice break from the early start to winter, but this weekend winter returns. We are tracking a blast of cold and storm system.

SATURDAY NOON: It will be windy and colder with temperatures dropping through the 30s along with a thickening overcast. Highs will reach the low to mid 40s before temperatures . . . → Read More: Weekend Wintry Change

A Very Cold Start To November & A Chance Of Saturday Night Snow


Good morning bloggers,

The National Weather Service Tweeted this out yesterday, “There have only been 3 times in KC’s 131-year history that we have had 3 measurable snow events by the 12th of November.  1898, 1992 and 2018!”.   How much snow fell in the other two winters before now?  I just checked and 38.8″ fell in . . . → Read More: A Very Cold Start To November & A Chance Of Saturday Night Snow

Winter Forecast 2018-2019


Good morning bloggers,

Our winter forecast will be presented on 41 Action News (KSHB.COM) tonight at 10 PM.  Here is the link to our story that was just posted online:  Winter Weather Forecast On KSHB.com  And, here is the link to the Weather2020 blog:  Join the weather conversation at Weather2020.com

Here are a couple of graphics from our winter . . . → Read More: Winter Forecast 2018-2019

Snow Is In The Forecast Again!


Good morning bloggers,

The winter forecast will be coming out on Thursday night.  We have already made a few conclusions, and then there is still a lot more we will learn in the coming weeks.  Let’s continue our discussion later in the week.  In the mean time look at what is forecast to happen later tonight:

An upper . . . → Read More: Snow Is In The Forecast Again!