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A Colder May Day

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Good morning bloggers,

Has this weather worn anyone out?  The wet weather pattern continues, and it is about to take a break.  Kansas City has not even been a direct target from one of these storm systems.  There have been a few spots in Kansas that have had 10 inches of rain in the past couple of . . . → Read More: A Colder May Day

A Cooler Stormy Pattern Continues

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The LRC describes the order in chaos!  This graphic is from the article in the recent Meteorological International Technology Magazine which showcased the accurate predictions of Tropical Storm Gordon, Major Hurricanes Michael, Florence, and Harvey and the Cycling Pattern Hypothesis.  In the article, the relationship between Super Storm Sandy and the El Reno and Moore, . . . → Read More: A Cooler Stormy Pattern Continues

The Wet Pattern Continues

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The weather we experienced yesterday produced some rather great moments to see natural art in the sky.  KSHB-TV Meteorologist Gerard Jebaily snapped this picture from down west of Ottawa, KS late yesterday afternoon:

The structure of this storm was similar to other weaker thunderstorms closer to KC as you can see below near Overland Park, . . . → Read More: The Wet Pattern Continues

Severe Weather & Flooding Risks The Next Three Days

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An active weather pattern continues with the risk for severe thunderstorms and flooding increasing the next three days.  The set up for Wednesday is the most menacing at the moment, and as usual the thunderstorms that form the next couple of days will likely influence where the risks will be located.  Flooding is also . . . → Read More: Severe Weather & Flooding Risks The Next Three Days

Severe Weather Risks Next Week

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Today is Kansas City’s sixth day in a row with measurable precipitation.  There is a disturbance moving across the plains this morning that will bring cloudy skies and a few periods of rain showers, and possibly a thunderstorm.  It will be a cool day with highs in the 50s.  The weekend looks fantastic with . . . → Read More: Severe Weather Risks Next Week

The wet pattern continues

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We just finished our fifth wet month in a row.  In Kansas City, the only month that had below average rainfall in this year’s LRC was in November, and that was on the heals of an extremely wet October.   Kansas City, and many areas of the plains, had their wettest October -March ever . . . → Read More: The wet pattern continues

April Stats & A Look Ahead

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What a storm!   Did you see that drone video of an Oklahoma tornado.  That was incredible.  April comes to a close with a burst of rain that put us up to way above average.   Hey farmers, how much of the corn has been planted?  I know the fields are likely too wet . . . → Read More: April Stats & A Look Ahead

Flash Flood Watch & Severe Weather Risk

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There is a Flash Flood Watch in effect for a large area of the plains into the midwest.  There is also a severe weather risk today.

6 AM Radar:

An area of snow is shown in the blue over Nebraska, and the band of thunderstorms was tracking north northeast into the KC metro area early this . . . → Read More: Flash Flood Watch & Severe Weather Risk

ORDER IN CHAOS: Another Incredibly Accurate LRC® Prediction From Weather2020

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Weather2020, LLC has made yet another incredibly accurate LRC® prediction.  The “Bomb Cyclone” part of the LRC is cycling back through this week.  Weather2020 predicted that it would cycle through near the end of April into early May, and here it is.  Take a look at, what was called a “bomb cyclone” due to . . . → Read More: ORDER IN CHAOS: Another Incredibly Accurate LRC® Prediction From Weather2020

LRC MODEL FORECAST FOR MAY

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A strong storm system is going to develop and track across the plains into the upper midwest and Great Lakes states this weekend.  A freeze is possible in Kansas City Sunday morning and then there is a set up for some heavy rain next week.  Let’s begin, however, with our LRC  computer model projection . . . → Read More: LRC MODEL FORECAST FOR MAY