- At 4 PM yesterday: it was 8° in Cheyenne, Wyoming at the exact same time it was 108° in Laredo, Texas!
- 14 inches of snow in Boulder Colorado
- Freezing rain as far south as northern Oklahoma to Wichita, Kansas
An extremely strong April cold front moved across Kansas City very early this morning around midnight. Thunderstorms finally formed ahead of and behind the front, as initially all of the thunderstorms had been forming behind the front. I saw some very small pea sized hail on the Plaza around 9:30 PM as the thunderstorms moved through.
And, by 3:30 AM the next round of showers and thunderstorms approached Kansas City with the first round actually creating an outflow boundary as shown on this 3 AM surface map:
There is a disturbance moving our way with a large band of rain associated with it. Rain will be increasing during the next few hours and possibly become heavy, especially near the state line and eastward.
Please let us know how much rain you received and thank you for spending a few minutes reading the Action Weather blog every day!