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The 6-Day Thanksgiving Day Surface Forecast

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Time-Line:

Today: Cloudy and mild. High:65°
Saturday: Colder and windy with morning showers ending, then becoming sunny. High: 50° (55 at midnight tonight)

Remember, its a classic panic period. How many times have I said that now. Nothing is showing up on any model. There is blocking going on. The LRC is still coming . . . → Read More: The 6-Day Thanksgiving Day Surface Forecast

When Will This Pattern Shift Into Stormier & Colder?

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Time-Line:

Today:  Mostly sunny. High: 54°
Friday:  Mostly cloudy with a shower or two possible.  High:  64°

So, how is everyone doing? Are you making it through this “panic period”?  I warned you all, and in reading through the comments there are those that look at every computer model and when something exciting shows . . . → Read More: When Will This Pattern Shift Into Stormier & Colder?

Winter Forecast Preliminary Thoughts

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Good morning bloggers,

Last night we discussed our preliminary thoughts on the winter forecast.  We are seeing some different directions this winter will go, and our full winter forecast comes out a week from Monday with our “Wonders of Winter” special a::30 November 27th.

There is a La Niña developing. In the past week the tropical Pacific Ocean . . . → Read More: Winter Forecast Preliminary Thoughts

What Do You Think Will Happen This Winter

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Good morning bloggers,

Welcome to the Action Weather Blog featuring Weather2020 and the LRC.  What do you think is going to happen this winter? Let’s test your LRC skills.  Go over to the blog here:  Weather2020 blog and let us know what you are seeing and I will share some of these on the air Tuesday night on . . . → Read More: What Do You Think Will Happen This Winter

The Leaves Begin Falling Faster

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Good morning bloggers,

We had a very hard freeze in Kansas City this morning. It dropped to below 25 degrees and stayed there for six hours this morning.  This will cause the leaves to fall faster and also spark more trees to change color.  We had peak color this week, and there are still many gorgeous trees . . . → Read More: The Leaves Begin Falling Faster

The Panic Period

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Good morning bloggers,

We hope everyone is having a great Thursday.  It is a pretty quiet day across the United States.  There is a storm coming into the Pacific northwest, and this storm will then zip out over the plains states, and it will weaken considerably. It will help create some forecast problems this weekend.  As the . . . → Read More: The Panic Period

The Changing Weather Pattern

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Good morning bloggers,

We hope everyone is having a great Tuesday. The time change is so awesome for those of us fascinated by weather.  Why? For the simple reason that the weather data, the computer model data, still comes out at 00z, 6z, 12z, and 18z every day. Zulu (Greenwich Mean Time) does not change, so when . . . → Read More: The Changing Weather Pattern

The LRC & This Evolving Pattern For 2017-2018

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Good morning bloggers,

This month is the 30-year anniversary of where I experienced the cycling pattern according to the LRC for the first time. I had thought about it in the early to mid 1980s, but in November of 1987-1988 I noticed and began documenting my hypothesis as I noticed s January snowstorm looked rather similar to . . . → Read More: The LRC & This Evolving Pattern For 2017-2018

What Is This Pattern We Are Moving Into?

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Good morning bloggers,

Yesterday we looked into how three models all had a storm system for next Wednesday. And, I suggested that we should see if it still is showing up in the next few days. Well, it is no longer there and that was fast.  Today, we look at the past four years on November 1st . . . → Read More: What Is This Pattern We Are Moving Into?

A Possible Storm Next Week

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Good morning bloggers,

This Thursday begins with a surface cyclone developing and tracking across the plains states.  This would certainly be an interesting severe weather set up in the spring, but today it will likely only produce a few showers.  I plotted the surface map this morning and there is a low pressure center near the Oklahoma/Kansas . . . → Read More: A Possible Storm Next Week