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The Top Weather Events Of 2018 & A New Year’s Eve Storm

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Good morning bloggers,

A storm system, that was over Mexico yesterday, is now tracking right over eastern Kansas and western Missouri today.  An Arctic front is also on the move and heading this way.  And, let’s take a look at the top weather events of 2018.  Let’s begin with today’s storm system:

A large area of rain is . . . → Read More: The Top Weather Events Of 2018 & A New Year’s Eve Storm

Many Weather Changes Before 2019 Arrives

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We have many weather changes to track before it becomes 2019. This means a lot is going to happen by Monday night. The data is coming in to line with a solution we can buy. So, here we go.

SUNDAY: It will be a mostly sunny and warmer day. A south to southwest wind at . . . → Read More: Many Weather Changes Before 2019 Arrives

Chiefs, New Years Eve, A Storm & Arctic Blast

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Good Saturday bloggers,

Let’s begin with Gary’s forecast that it may snow today.  While I was on vacation last week I noticed a few bloggers giving him a hard time of wishcasting or something.  Well, he ended up being the only one that was actually accurate. There was a trace of snow today, and while I was . . . → Read More: Chiefs, New Years Eve, A Storm & Arctic Blast

A New Year’s Eve Arctic Blast & A Look Into A Possible January Storm

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Good morning bloggers,

The weather frustration has been increasing for many of us as we wait for our next chance of snow.  It has snowed on eleven different days so far this season, and yet only 0.5″ in December.  8.3″ has fallen so far, remember, so I recommend patience.  There were a few light snow shower bands . . . → Read More: A New Year’s Eve Arctic Blast & A Look Into A Possible January Storm

An Arctic Blast On New Year’s Eve

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Good morning bloggers,

A wet storm is now exiting the area.  Rainfall amounts reached over an inch in most spots.  At KCI Airport there was 1.10″ putting the December total up to 2.15″, and the 2018 total up to 39.85″, or just 0.15″ shy of 40 inches of rain for the year.  How much rain did you . . . → Read More: An Arctic Blast On New Year’s Eve

A Storm Is Approaching & What Do You Think Were The Top Weather Events Of 2018

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Good morning bloggers,

We hope everyone had a great Christmas.  New Years Day is now less than a week away.  There is a lot to track in our exciting weather pattern as the year comes to a close.  Before we get started, I have this question:  What were the top five weather events of 2018 in Kansas . . . → Read More: A Storm Is Approaching & What Do You Think Were The Top Weather Events Of 2018

Merry Christmas: Snow Moves Into Saturday’s Forecast

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Merry Christmas Bloggers,

A strong storm is developing over the southwestern United States today. Snow levels are dropping over Southern California, and as this storm ejects out into the plains states, a major snow storm is likely over parts of the northern and central plains.

This map above shows the strong surface cyclone located near Omaha, NE on . . . → Read More: Merry Christmas: Snow Moves Into Saturday’s Forecast

Christmas Eve Thoughts & Possible Snowflakes Tonight

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Good morning,

On this Christmas Eve there is a disturbance moving towards Kansas City.  There is a 60% chance of rain this evening as Santa begins his trip from the North Pole.  It will be snowing around 2,000 feet above the surface tonight, but the temperatures near the ground will be closer to 38 to 41 degrees. . . . → Read More: Christmas Eve Thoughts & Possible Snowflakes Tonight

A Series Of Storm Systems

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Good morning!  It’s Christmas Eve, Eve!

The Chiefs got a Christmas wish granted last night with the Chargers losing to the Ravens.  Those Ravens look pretty good, and now it is time for the Chiefs to show they are a potential Super Bowl team.  Here is a look at the forecast for the game:

There is a strong . . . → Read More: A Series Of Storm Systems

So Close, and Yet So Far

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Good Saturday evening bloggers,

The new data continues to be quite fascinating.  This will be a very short blog today.  It is my last day of my vacation.  I will begin working at KSHB-TV again Sunday. I am doing the double shift, working the 6 AM and 8 AM newscasts, and then the evening newscasts, including the . . . → Read More: So Close, and Yet So Far