An Extremely Dry Pattern
Good morning bloggers,
While I have been on vacation for over a week not much has changed weather-wise. We continue to be excessively dry with nothing significant in sight:
Rainfall Last Few Months:
- September 5th -30th: 0.64″ (-3.60″)
- October: 1.03″ (-2.13″)
- November: 1.36″ (-0.79″)
- December: 0.02″ (-0.57″)
- Total Since September 5th: 3.05″ (-7.09″ 30% of average)
Kansas City is still on pace for having one of the warmest year in our history:
Temperatures did drop into the teens this morning, but this week will enjoy another warming trend ahead of a potential late week storm. This end of the week storm system looks like it will be lacking any cold air to work with. We will go over the details on 41 Action News today and tonight.
We would like to thank everyone who came by area Walmarts on Saturday supporting the Marines Toys for Tots drive.
Have a great start to the week. I am back on the air today and hopefully we will have something more exciting to talk about. Kansas City is just not in a good spot as we wait for our first snow of the season. Will we be waiting into 2013?
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