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Great Weather for Big Weekend Events

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Good Wednesday bloggers,

It was a quite eventful first half of October. The next 7 days will see mostly quiet weather in our area with one main rain chance. This is good news for the big events this weekend. There are three races at the Kansas Speedway, the KC marathon and the Chiefs game on Sunday night . . . → Read More: Great Weather for Big Weekend Events

Nice Saturday, Big Changes Sunday

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We are tracking another system for Sunday and it could bring the first snowflakes of the season to some locations. The weather pattern is rather active. The rain system from Friday is now over New York city. The remnants of Pacific tropical system Sergio are bringing heavy rain to parts of Oklahoma and Texas. . . . → Read More: Nice Saturday, Big Changes Sunday

Severe Weather, Snow and Michael

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Good Tuesday night bloggers,

The weather is quite active across the USA as we are tracking a big storm system now moving out of the Rockies and a category 3 hurricane.

At 4 PM there was a large Tornado Watch in effect, but luckily no warnings.

The line of thunderstorms that moved through KC between 4 PM and 5 . . . → Read More: Severe Weather, Snow and Michael

Flooding and Michael

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Good Tuesday bloggers,

It has been quite a few days in the the area. We have wiped out the exceptional drought and the 7″ rainfall deficit at KCI. That is really incredible when you think about it.

Here is a radar estimated rainfall total map. A large area of 5″ to 10″ of rain has occurred from northern . . . → Read More: Flooding and Michael

The Week Ahead and Changing Pattern

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Good Sunday bloggers,

It is hard to believe it is about to become October and today is the last Royals game of the season, time is flying. As we head into October a new and unique weather pattern will begin to evolve. And, right on schedule before the next seven days are over, we may have witnessed . . . → Read More: The Week Ahead and Changing Pattern

Tough Weekend Forecast and Drought Update

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We have had a few showers overnight with most of the rain, trace to .25″, south of I-70. We had a cold front move through Friday and it has put all locations in the 40s. This front will head north today and then stall in the area. This is going to make for a . . . → Read More: Tough Weekend Forecast and Drought Update

A Cold Front and a Stationary Front

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Good Monday bloggers,

WOW! What a weekend in Kansas City. We had the Billy Joel concert, the Plaza Art Fair, many, many other events and a tremendous Chiefs game.  The weather was spectacular for all the events. Now, we are tracking some changes. A cold front will move across the area Tuesday and then we have an . . . → Read More: A Cold Front and a Stationary Front

Tuesday Cold Front

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Good Sunday bloggers,

The day Chiefs fans have been waiting a long time for has arrived. Patrick Mahomes at home. The weather looks great for the Chiefs, last day of the Plaza Art Fair and first full day of Fall.

We are tracking a cold front that arrives Tuesday, so let’s go through the sequence of events today . . . → Read More: Tuesday Cold Front

Fall Begins at 8:54 PM

Seasons sun and earth

Good Saturday bloggers,

Fall begins at 8:54 PM tonight and the weather is following suit. We have dropped into the 40s this morning, officially, for the first time since April 29th.

What is going on with the Earth and Sun on this day? The sun is shining directly on the equator as its direct rays head south for . . . → Read More: Fall Begins at 8:54 PM

Florence Rainfall & The Last Days of Summer

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Good Sunday bloggers,

Florence is still moving slowly west across South Carolina. Since the heaviest rain bands have been northeast of the center, this has put southeast North Carolina in the middle of the insane rain. How much has occurred?

You can see from the radar estimated totals that southeast North Carolina is clearly the location that had . . . → Read More: Florence Rainfall & The Last Days of Summer