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Another Winter Storm Is Approaching

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Good morning bloggers,

Is this wearing you out at all?  The storm systems just keep coming, and there never seems to be a break.  For many of us, this is something we need to enjoy and take in one minute at a time, so stop and take a deep breath today and let’s try to enjoy this . . . → Read More: Another Winter Storm Is Approaching

Two Down, One to Go

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Good Sunday bloggers,

The second system is over after producing around 1/2″ of snow north of I-70 and a dusting of snow with freezing drizzle south of the river. There was some freezing drizzle north of the river as well. Also, the event started in all areas with a band of sleet/graupel and snow showers. KCI received . . . → Read More: Two Down, One to Go

One Down, Two to Go

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We are in an incredibly active weather pattern. The next storm system, the second in the recent series, arrives later today. The third system arrives later Tuesday. This may be the biggest of the three. Mother Nature can be all things, and this morning she was beautiful as the sun rose through breaks in . . . → Read More: One Down, Two to Go

A Cold & Drier Snow Has Started

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Good morning bloggers,

We are getting reports of the first snowflakes already, as of 6:45 AM.  I had Sunny The Weather Dog help us with this forecast.  We are confident that Kansas City will have 2 to 3 inches of snow today, and then the chance of more goes down a bit.  If you are 50 miles . . . → Read More: A Cold & Drier Snow Has Started

KC Will Go Over 20″ For The Season Friday

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Good morning bloggers,

Our snowfall forecast game entries are listed below. The deadline to entry was 10 PM Tuesday night. We have updated the list to include everyone who entered a specific number by the deadline. Good luck!  The contest ends Wednesday evening. There are three systems that may produce accumulating snows, and the first system is . . . → Read More: KC Will Go Over 20″ For The Season Friday

A Look At Your Snowfall Predictions For The Next Week

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Good morning,

First of all I would like to thank everyone for putting out your weather forecasts for the amount of snow ending next Wednesday evening at 6 PM.  I am attaching the list at the bottom of this blog.  And, thank you so much to David Twigg who compiled the list.

A series of storm systems will . . . → Read More: A Look At Your Snowfall Predictions For The Next Week

Snowfall Potential The Next Seven Days

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Good morning bloggers,

A cold weather pattern is now cycling through the next couple of weeks. There will be some warmer surges, and one of those will arrive tomorrow into Thursday. And, then more cold blasts are in the forecast, and the next one is due in on Valentines Day evening.  This next cold blast will be . . . → Read More: Snowfall Potential The Next Seven Days

The Wild Winter Weather Pattern Continues

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Good morning bloggers,

The WWW pattern continues, or rather the Wild Winter Weather pattern.  This has been just one functional storm after another, and KC has been impacted. We are in the part of the cycling pattern that was active in both previous cycles of the LRC.  And, in the next week we are going into the . . . → Read More: The Wild Winter Weather Pattern Continues

On to the Next System

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Good Sunday bloggers,

As Gary blogged earlier, this first system formed a bit farther north than we were thinking. 1/2″ to 2″ of snow occurred in northern Missouri while the KC area received a period of freezing rain/drizzle. Any untreated surfaces will be slick, especially the surfaces that already had ice on them. Surface conditions will improve . . . → Read More: On to the Next System

A Quick Moving Band Of A Mixture Early This Morning

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Good morning bloggers,

The anticipated disturbance ended up farther north and west than what we were hoping for and predicting.  As a result the heavier echoes did not even form until around 4:30 AM, and this will be a 30 minute band of a mixture of precipitation in KC, then some drizzle.  Let us know what you . . . → Read More: A Quick Moving Band Of A Mixture Early This Morning