April Arctic Blast Arrives & Signs Of Spring

Good morning bloggers,

I would like to take three minutes of your time to begin this blog. I just made a quick video explaining the cycling pattern and how we had very similar conversations in the previous cycles of this years pattern:

The Same Pattern: The Same Conversation: The Same Results from Weather2020 on Vimeo.

I went back to watch the video from December 28th, and if we would only have used the LRC, then we would never have wasted our time with the models that showed all that snow in our region. But, that is a very difficult thing to do. We are learning.

Speaking of models…..oh no, here we go again.  We have to monitor Sunday closely. The January version of this had no moisture and it was dry, but the April version of this set up has some moisture to work with and Sunday morning could be quite interesting:

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Very dry air will be in place, so IF we can get into the early morning precipitation bands, then snow and sleet could accumulate.  Let’s see how this sets up on today’s models.

Kansas City Weather Timeline:

  • Today: Partly cloudy and dry. The temperatures will be falling to near freezing by evening.
  • Tonight:  There is a 20% chance of a few brief snow showers, or maybe there will be a few snow flurries. No accumulation expected.  The sky will clear out with a record low likely. Low: 14°
  • Saturday:  Mostly sunny with increasing afternoon clouds. High: 41°
  • Sunday:  Cloudy with a 60% chance of a mixture of precipitation. There may be some snow/sleet accumulation in a few spots near KC. High:  38°

Our weather team will be out at the Nebraska Furniture Mart on Saturday morning at 11 AM. Come on by and get your name in the drawing. We will be giving away four pairs of Royals tickets, and 2 books of It’s A Sunny Life. Meet our weather team, Sunny The Weather Dog, and see Storm Tracker and our storm chasers.  See you tomorrow. Have a great Friday Night In The Big Town and thank you for sharing in this weather experience featuring Weather2020 and the LRC. Go to the Weather2020.com blog to join in the conversation.

Gary

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