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Winter Begins With A Very Wet Christmas Week Forecast

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Good morning bloggers,

Winter begins at 4:23 PM central time today.  The weather around the United States is rather mild as winter starts; in fact, there is a lack of winter weather over most of the nation.  A rather large storm system is moving up the east coast this morning.  A storm of this size would usually . . . → Read More: Winter Begins With A Very Wet Christmas Week Forecast

A Look Into Next Week & The Washington State Tornado

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Good morning bloggers,

Today’s video will take a glimpse at the storm that will affect the United States next week, and we will look inside the tornado that hit Port Orchard, WA a couple of days ago. It is the last day of fall. Winter begins tomorrow. What is going on with this pattern?

This map above shows . . . → Read More: A Look Into Next Week & The Washington State Tornado

Maybe Some Snow Sunday & A Look Into Christmas Week

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Good morning bloggers,

There is a trough of low pressure moving across the plains the morning.  I plotted the trough by drawing in the black dashed line below:

This is a wind shift line, but not really a front. Notice how the air behind the trough is in the 40s and the air ahead of the trough is . . . → Read More: Maybe Some Snow Sunday & A Look Into Christmas Week

Video Blog: A Look Into This Next Part Of The Cycling Pattern

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Good morning bloggers,

My biggest take away from what I discuss in the video blog today:  “We will get 8.3″ of snow again in this next LRC cycle and by around the middle of January!”   What is this weather pattern all about?  During this next week, the weather pattern will begin cycling through the part of the . . . → Read More: Video Blog: A Look Into This Next Part Of The Cycling Pattern

Looking Into Christmas Week

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Good morning bloggers,

The computer models have been all over the place for Christmas week. Model solutions have had snow storms, rain storms, warm, cold, dry, wet, windy, calm…just about everything and anything you can think of as possible weather for Christmas Day.  Look at the latest European Model for one day after Christmas:

Take a look at . . . → Read More: Looking Into Christmas Week

Day by Day to Christmas

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Good Sunday bloggers,

It is hard to believe Christmas is 9 days away (10 counting today). One of the only times of year when everyone loves snow is around Christmas. So, are we going to have a “White Christmas?” There are two storm systems to track. Let’s go by day.

DECEMBER 16TH: It will be another nice day with . . . → Read More: Day by Day to Christmas

Christmas Comet and Calm Weather for Awhile

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We have a calm weather pattern through around Tuesday. Then, a more active pattern is likely. We will look at that below. The calm weather is timed well to view some interesting astronomical events this weekend.

CHRISTMAS COMET, AKA 46P:

To get a good look at Comet 46P, you’ll want to find the darkest . . . → Read More: Christmas Comet and Calm Weather for Awhile

A Blocking Pattern May Be Forming & Thoughts On Last Night

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Good morning bloggers,

The chance of a white Christmas may be going up if some blocking forms over Greenland.  We will discuss this in today’s blog.  I didn’t get a lot of sleep last night after the frustration over the way the Chiefs lost last night.  It is just a game, so we will get over it. . . . → Read More: A Blocking Pattern May Be Forming & Thoughts On Last Night

Weather Forecast For Tonights Big Game

Chiefs Forecast

Good morning,

The weather is looking pretty good for a huge game tonight between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs.  The Chiefs have only lost two games this season, and they came close to winning both of those games (43-40 at New England, and 54-51 at the LA Rams).  There is a lot on . . . → Read More: Weather Forecast For Tonights Big Game

Kansas City Is On The Edge Of Thursday’s Storm

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Good morning bloggers,

This weather pattern is a tough one to be fulfilled with isn’t it?  Kansas City has had 8.3″ of snow already.  It has been a very cold October, November, and first half of December.  And, yet there are many of us that are still wondering, “what is this weather pattern that has set up . . . → Read More: Kansas City Is On The Edge Of Thursday’s Storm