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AFC Championship Game Weather Forecast

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Good morning bloggers,

Well, that was a bit deflating last night wasn’t it?  The band of snow set up, and I am sure many of you would agree that around 8:45 PM it was looking really good for a nice 2 or 3 inches of snow.  And, then while I was actually on Facebook Live showing the . . . → Read More: AFC Championship Game Weather Forecast

6:45 PM Update On The Rain/Snow Changeover Line

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Good evening bloggers,

This has been one of the hardest days to predict potential snowfall.  This storm will likely leave a few of us frustrated, and then also a few of us living farther north have a better chance of being fulfilled.  Some dangerous and slick conditions will likely develop as Arctic air moves this way. How . . . → Read More: 6:45 PM Update On The Rain/Snow Changeover Line

Winter Storm Warning Northeast Of KC

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Good morning bloggers,

There is a lot to discuss this morning.  I made a video and tried to explain how this storm approaching is not being handled by the models well at all.  There are things to look for on the new data, and even though we are just hours away from that rain/snow line developing, there . . . → Read More: Winter Storm Warning Northeast Of KC

Tracking A Storm & The AFC Championship Forecast

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Good morning bloggers,

A storm system will be developing tonight and Friday, and then begin affecting Kansas City.  This will be a storm that tracks from the Rocky Mountains, out into the plains, and then to off the New England coast by Monday.  There will be some significant impacts and there are still a lot of questions . . . → Read More: Tracking A Storm & The AFC Championship Forecast

Two Storm Systems To Track

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Good morning bloggers,

In Kansas City it has been cloudy for quite a long time.  There has been no sun at all since last Thursday, so today is our sixth straight completely cloudy day.  We have had rain, snow, fog, and not a lot of wind.  And, there has yet to be an Arctic blast this season.  . . . → Read More: Two Storm Systems To Track

A Major Winter Storm Is In The Late Week Forecast

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Good morning bloggers,

DENSE FOG ADVISORY!  Dense fog will lift by mid-late morning, and temperatures have been rising all night!

Arctic Blast Watch!  A Major Winter Storm is likely going to form Friday and track across the plains Friday night and Saturday into the Mississippi River Valley.  An Arctic air mass will blast south in the wake of this major . . . → Read More: A Major Winter Storm Is In The Late Week Forecast

What Just Happened In Kansas City, And, What Is Next?

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Good morning bloggers,

A Major Winter Storm just blasted Kansas City with 4″ to 12″ of snow.  Yes, a few spots reached 1 foot of snow.   And, with temperatures near 32 degrees for the duration of the snow event, it was a wet heavy snow that became so heavy that trees came crashing down.  Some of . . . → Read More: What Just Happened In Kansas City, And, What Is Next?

AFC Championship and Low Clouds

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Good Sunday bloggers,

Saturday was quite a day as we had a band of snow come up from the south and sit along and east of I-35 during the mid morning to mid afternoon. It dropped an additional 2″-5″ of snow and this doubled the power outages as trees and power lines could not hold the extra . . . → Read More: AFC Championship and Low Clouds

Winter Storm Not Quite Over

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Good Saturday bloggers,

The snowstorm has occurred almost exactly as we had forecast with 5″-9″ widespread. Some locations will see 10″ of snow by the time its over.

Here are the snow totals as of 6-8 AM:

Central and eastern Missouri have seen 10-15″ of snow!

The main  upper low is trekking across northeast Oklahoma. This will put . . . → Read More: Winter Storm Not Quite Over

Winter Storm Warning: Here it comes….update

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Good evening bloggers,

Here comes a band of heavy snow. The snowfall rates may reach one to two inches per hour.    And, I just updated the snowfall forecast, tweaking it up a bit.

This is a quick update, as it has been busy here in the forecast center.  I will check in later.

Gary