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Winter Weather Advisory, Active Weather

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Good Saturday bloggers,

Our next winter event arrives after midnight tonight as a Winter Weather Advisory has been put in effect for all of Missouri and extreme eastern Kansas. This is being caused by warmer and more moist air racing north along with a disturbance or two heading northeast from the Pacific Ocean. The disturbances are being . . . → Read More: Winter Weather Advisory, Active Weather

“The Trough That Doesn’t Move”

Sunny Snow

Good morning,

Sunny The Weather Dog shows us that it is nearly impossible to make paw prints in the sleet.  The sleet, freezing rain, snow mixture added up to 1.1″ at KCI Airport and this makes this years total already more than the past three winters combined:

We just reached 28 days with snowflakes this season. I will . . . → Read More: “The Trough That Doesn’t Move”

The Winter Storm Continues With An Arctic Blast

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Good morning bloggers,

At just before 10 PM we had a severe thunderstorm warning in areas where the temperatures were in the 20s.  There were thunderstorms with sleet, hail, freezing rain, and snow across the region as this winter storm intensifies early today.  Here is a look at the severe thunderstorm warning in the middle of the . . . → Read More: The Winter Storm Continues With An Arctic Blast

Accumulations Of A Mixture Of Precipitation Likely Tonight

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Good morning bloggers,

Winter Weather Advisory Through Thursday Morning

The setup for some rather wild weather will be in place later today.  An incredible 112° temperature contrast is likely going to develop between 20 below zero in Canada and 92° near the Mexico/USA border in south Texas. Take a look:

This week has been fascinating, and it is only . . . → Read More: Accumulations Of A Mixture Of Precipitation Likely Tonight

A Winter Storm Approaches

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Good morning bloggers,

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service, and at 6:45 AM sleet and freezing rain showers rapidly formed:

There is a huge temperature contrast that has formed again, and this will lead to a major winter storm forming.  Kansas City has dropped to 19 degrees this morning, and we have . . . → Read More: A Winter Storm Approaches

Another Cold Blast Arrives: Video Blog Today

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Good morning  bloggers,

The temperatures dropped from the 50s into the 30s abruptly at 6 AM this morning with some very light misty rain. The forecast is rather complex and nothing very organized is showing up at the moment. Let’s see how it lines up from day to day. Here is a video blog:

February 4 Video from . . . → Read More: Another Cold Blast Arrives: Video Blog Today

Winter Returns Monday, Tricky Forecast

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Good Sunday bloggers,

Sunday is starting 60 degrees warmer than it was Wednesday morning.  When you factor in the wind chill it is 80 degrees warmer! We are in for another big change as colder air heads south at the same time a series of storm systems come in from the Pacific Ocean, track east into the . . . → Read More: Winter Returns Monday, Tricky Forecast

Winter is Not Over, Groundhog is Wrong

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Good Saturday bloggers or Happy Groundhog day,

This is by far, my least favorite holiday. I just don’t get it.  The groundhog says it will be an early Spring as he did not see his shadow. In Punxsutawney they say he has not been wrong for 133 straight years!  Does he use the LRC?  No, because the LRC . . . → Read More: Winter is Not Over, Groundhog is Wrong

Major Winter Storm Next Week: The Wild Weather Pattern Continues

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Good morning,

A major winter storm is likely next week.  How will it impact Kansas City and surrounding areas? Let’s take a look.

The weather pattern is now in full swing and like an amusement park ride, we have some big ups and downs in the forecast. Let’s begin with this funny comic strip that someone shared with me . . . → Read More: Major Winter Storm Next Week: The Wild Weather Pattern Continues