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Saturday Evening Updated Snowfall Forecast

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Good evening bloggers,

Here we go again.  For most of us that love snow, and love to track it, let’s admit it. Until it begins falling, you wonder if it is really going to happen.  After the past four winters, where we had 14.1″, 7.7″, 5.9″, and 4.9″, it has been hard to enjoy the ride of . . . → Read More: Saturday Evening Updated Snowfall Forecast

Winter Storm Watch: Saturday Night-Sunday Morning

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Good morning bloggers,

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the KC metro area. This is for Saturday night into Sunday morning.  I am not as bullish on snowfall totals as there is still concern for the northern edge of this system being a bit too close for comfort. I am still expecting . . . → Read More: Winter Storm Watch: Saturday Night-Sunday Morning

A Look Into the Weekend Storm: Watch That Northern Edge Closely

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Good morning bloggers,

We will be adding to the 26.3″ snowfall total this weekend. the first snow fell on October 14th, the earliest snowfall accumulation in Kansas City history.  Kansas City has not reached 65 degrees since it was 65° on October 30th. The last 70 degree day was October 29th.  This is the first time in . . . → Read More: A Look Into the Weekend Storm: Watch That Northern Edge Closely

0.01″ Of Freezing Rain Creates Travel Problems This Morning

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Good morning bloggers,

It wasn’t much precipitation, only 0.01″, and yet it has caused some big travel issues early this morning. The freezing drizzle is ending, but the temperatures are falling.  Here is the forecast from KSHB.com:

There is another little system coming our way tonight into Wednesday.  Look at this statistic that Sunny The Weather Dog is . . . → Read More: 0.01″ Of Freezing Rain Creates Travel Problems This Morning

Another Dramatic Weather Week Is Ahead Of Us

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Good morning bloggers,

We begin the day with a very complex weather pattern producing a unique set up across the Northern Hemisphere. There is a split in the jet stream north of Hawaii and south of the Aleutian Islands. The northern stream then bends around an upper level high over southern Alaska, and the southern stream dives . . . → Read More: Another Dramatic Weather Week Is Ahead Of Us

Another Wintry Week Ahead

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Good Sunday morning bloggers,

Well, there were some snowflakes in Kansas City yesterday, but the official station at KCI apparently didn’t report any, so we will be stuck at 37 dates with snow this season so far.  Will there be snow later this week?  The part of the pattern that produced the blizzard in November, and major . . . → Read More: Another Wintry Week Ahead

Blizzard, Severe Weather Risk, A Strong Storm, & A Look Into March Weather Madness

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Good Saturday morning bloggers,

Jeff Penner has the weekend off, so I am working on this Saturday morning blog entry.  I have been analyzing the entire weather pattern and everything is right on cycle, as it always is, according to the LRC.  This storm system is caught in the part of the pattern that tracked systems south . . . → Read More: Blizzard, Severe Weather Risk, A Strong Storm, & A Look Into March Weather Madness

The Influences On This Year’s LRC & This Approaching Storm

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Good morning bloggers,

Another storm is approaching the plains. It just produced extremely unusual and rare events out over the southwestern United States. It snowed at low elevations near Los Angeles.  It snowed in Calabasas, one of my neighborhoods my parents moved to after I went to college at the University of Oklahoma.  That is just outside, . . . → Read More: The Influences On This Year’s LRC & This Approaching Storm

The Next Storm Is Producing Out West

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Good morning bloggers,

It is snowing in Las Vegas, NV this morning and an inch is possible. This is the second time it has snowed in Las Vegas in the last week.  The latest storm is dropping south down the west coast and intensifying. It will be forming into an upper level low over Arizona by Friday, . . . → Read More: The Next Storm Is Producing Out West

A Recap Of The Three Recent Storms & A Look Ahead

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Good morning bloggers,

Who is worn out?  I know I am, and I am still energized by this incredible weather pattern that we have been experiencing.  There is so much to discuss today and I am trying to figure out where to begin.  Well, let’s begin with the snowfall total on the Plaza for our contest.

This was . . . → Read More: A Recap Of The Three Recent Storms & A Look Ahead