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Winter Forecast 2018-2019

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Good morning bloggers,

Our winter forecast will be presented on 41 Action News (KSHB.COM) tonight at 10 PM.  Here is the link to our story that was just posted online:  Winter Weather Forecast On KSHB.com  And, here is the link to the Weather2020 blog:  Join the weather conversation at Weather2020.com

Here are a couple of graphics from our winter . . . → Read More: Winter Forecast 2018-2019

Snow Is In The Forecast Again!

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Good morning bloggers,

The winter forecast will be coming out on Thursday night.  We have already made a few conclusions, and then there is still a lot more we will learn in the coming weeks.  Let’s continue our discussion later in the week.  In the mean time look at what is forecast to happen later tonight:

An upper . . . → Read More: Snow Is In The Forecast Again!

Winter Forecast In Two Days

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Good morning bloggers,

The Snowflake Contest ended at 10:33 AM on the Plaza.  Our weather team measured the one inch, and than another half inch fell in the next hour as a band of snow was nearly stationary right over Kansas City.  This puts the Plaza up to 1.8″ this season already, while a few spots south . . . → Read More: Winter Forecast In Two Days

A Snowy Morning In Kansas City

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Good morning bloggers,

I was up all night monitoring this interesting development, and the snow has finally made it all the way up to I-70 and it is still expanding a bit farther north.  This time, temperatures are below freezing and it will stick to just about everything.  The road temperatures were just below 32 degrees, so . . . → Read More: A Snowy Morning In Kansas City

Windy & Cold With A Few Snow Showers

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Good morning bloggers,

For me, it was quite disappointing, and I will get over it.  Many of you had the 1″ to 2″ of snow, and even a few spots had 4 to 5 inches just two to three counties to the south and southeast. The bands of heavier snow set up to the south and west . . . → Read More: Windy & Cold With A Few Snow Showers

Anticipation Is Building: 100% Chance Of Snow

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Afternoon Update:

Look at this large area of snow at around 1:30 PM.  How long has it been since we experienced anything like this? Now, we have some things to accomplish; 1) The ending of the snowflake contest on November 8th this year, and 2)  Getting three inches to accumulate to end an almost five year streak. . . . → Read More: Anticipation Is Building: 100% Chance Of Snow

The Historic Kansas City Snow Drought Is Still In Progress

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Afternoon update:

The data continues to come in with mixed signals on snowfall totals. I have not identified an organized wave, so I am not convinced of any higher totals.  There may be a thin band that has amounts more the 2″, and we will identify this location by morning.

So, I would like you to let me . . . → Read More: The Historic Kansas City Snow Drought Is Still In Progress

Election Day Forecast

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Good morning bloggers,

It’s Election Day!  The US Constitution stated in Amendment XV, which was ratified by the states in 1870: “Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” . . . → Read More: Election Day Forecast

Rain Today, Then A Taste of Winter Later This Week

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Good morning bloggers,

What am I writing about today?  Are you serious?  I am actually still writing about a chance of snow this week and a winter blast of cold?  Yes, I am, and it is far from etched in stone on what is going to happen.  Before we get to our chance of any snow later . . . → Read More: Rain Today, Then A Taste of Winter Later This Week

Is That Cold Air I See Building Up?

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Good morning bloggers,

Anticipation of the signs of winter weather is growing as we move through this month. Kansas City averages about 1″ of snow during the month of November.  The largest snowstorm in KC November records has been 9″, so it can happen at this time of the year.  It also can happen in October, as . . . → Read More: Is That Cold Air I See Building Up?