A July 4th Storm

Good morning & Happy Independence Day,

July 4th storm from Weather2020 on Vimeo.

Take a look at the time-lapse from Overland Park, KS this morning! This is good news for later today, but maybe not such good news for the morning 4th of July parades for the kids.

Kansas City Time-Line:

  • Now-Noon. Rain likely along and south of I-70, but it will drift north and weaken.  Temperatures near 70 degrees.
  • Noon – 5 PM:  Rain ending and some sun trying to come out. High  78-81 degrees with light winds
  • 5 PM – 10 PM: Only a 10% chance of thunderstorms or rain. It appears it will be dry for the evening and watch 41 Action News for details.

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This is a very slow moving disturbance that should begin falling apart by this afternoon. The rain was drifting north.  Happy Independence Day. We will keep you updated and thank you for sharing in this weather experience.


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5 comments to A July 4th Storm

  • Richard

    Happy 4th of July Gary and bloggers

  • Brandon

    Here in Sedalia it is 78 with a dew point of 74. New t storm activity in northern AR, looks like rain could be around through early evening at least

  • Richard

    The other day when I did not log out here I was able to comment the next day without logging back in. I did not log out
    But today I have had to log in each time now even though I did not log out.
    annoying. Anything we can do ?
    (On the 2020 blog there is no logging in each time )

  • Richard

    Beautiful sunset

  • kurtjon

    No rain here since Thursday. It continues to be a struggle and our area lags behind normal year to date in and around St Joseph. Amazing that areas in the region are double to triple what we’ve had here. Less than 15 inches and half way through the year. It’s going to be a struggle to get 25 inches of rain this entire year the way it misses the area