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Another Great Weather Day In KC

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Good morning bloggers,

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos yesterday on a great Sunday afternoon. The weather this past weekend was about as perfect as is possible at this time of the year.  It was 72 degrees Saturday and 66 degrees Sunday at KCI Airport.  And, today, will be just as nice with a forecast . . . → Read More: Another Great Weather Day In KC

A Storm Next Week?

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Good evening, It’s Friday Night In The Big Town,

The models are narrowing in on a potential storm next week. There is a lot to think about and discuss with this system.  I have had my eye on this for a while now as we learn more about the new pattern. Take a look at these two . . . → Read More: A Storm Next Week?

Thursday Rain & One Of the Strongest Hurricanes/Typhoons Ever Seen

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Timeline:

Today:  Cloudy with a 100% chance of rain. Temperatures dropping into the 40s and staying there. Expect a light east breeze.
Friday: Cloudy early with some sunshine late. High:  58°
Saturday:  Mostly sunny with a few periods of clouds. Winds increasing from the north later in the day.  High:  65°
Sunday: Mostly sunny and . . . → Read More: Thursday Rain & One Of the Strongest Hurricanes/Typhoons Ever Seen

The Snowflake Contest Begins & 22 Years Ago Was The Snowy October Surprise

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Good morning bloggers,

The weather pattern continues to set up for the season. The 2018-2019 LRC has a few more weeks to go before we will know so much more.  Where is the big western trough that created the conditions for 10″ of rain? Is that coming back? If you have been following our blog the past . . . → Read More: The Snowflake Contest Begins & 22 Years Ago Was The Snowy October Surprise

Friday Weather Thoughts

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Good morning bloggers,

It’s Friday!  TGIF!   The weather pattern is quite fascinating as the new LRC unfolds before our eyes in the next few weeks.  Be careful about making any conclusions at this point. Remember Kansas City has had four straight years with very bad patterns for us weather enthusiasts. The total snowfall for the past . . . → Read More: Friday Weather Thoughts

Big Changes In The Next Week

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Good morning bloggers,

We are having some gorgeous fall weather, while at the same time major flooding is in progress over the Lone Star state of Texas.  The pattern has started very wet down there, and it also started very wet in KC.  As November is approaching we are continuing to see the massive change in the . . . → Read More: Big Changes In The Next Week

First Half Of October Results

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Good morning bloggers,

We had a pretty decent freeze this morning as the temperatures were below freezing from  1 AM to 8 AM. The low temperature dropped to 26 degrees this morning, which ends the growing season in our area:

What just happened?  Kansas City just had what I would argue is the most exciting 15 day stretch . . . → Read More: First Half Of October Results

State Of The Climate In 2017

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City set the record for the earliest accumulation in recorded history last night with 0.2″ at KCI Airport.  There is a FREEZE WARNING for tonight.  There likely will not be a hard freeze. Conditions are favorable for heavy frost early Tuesday morning. There was too much of a breeze this morning for frost . . . → Read More: State Of The Climate In 2017

Strong Cold Front & Possible Snowflakes

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Good morning bloggers,

It was down to a bone chilling 19 degrees in Casper, Wyoming his morning, and 20 degrees in Denver, CO:

This cold front is heading our way and will move through later this morning with the temperatures beginning to fall.  The air will be coming from almost due north, so we will not have the . . . → Read More: Strong Cold Front & Possible Snowflakes

Over 148 Million Seconds Since Our Last 3″ Snow

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It has been over 4 years, 8 months, and 9 days since KC had its last 3″ of snow one date.  February 4, 2014 was the last time we had that much snow, which means we have gone four full winters of bad weather patterns in a row.  This streak will continue for another . . . → Read More: Over 148 Million Seconds Since Our Last 3″ Snow