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Two Down, One to Go

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Good Sunday bloggers,

The second system is over after producing around 1/2″ of snow north of I-70 and a dusting of snow with freezing drizzle south of the river. There was some freezing drizzle north of the river as well. Also, the event started in all areas with a band of sleet/graupel and snow showers. KCI received . . . → Read More: Two Down, One to Go

One Down, Two to Go

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We are in an incredibly active weather pattern. The next storm system, the second in the recent series, arrives later today. The third system arrives later Tuesday. This may be the biggest of the three. Mother Nature can be all things, and this morning she was beautiful as the sun rose through breaks in . . . → Read More: One Down, Two to Go

On to the Next System

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Good Sunday bloggers,

As Gary blogged earlier, this first system formed a bit farther north than we were thinking. 1/2″ to 2″ of snow occurred in northern Missouri while the KC area received a period of freezing rain/drizzle. Any untreated surfaces will be slick, especially the surfaces that already had ice on them. Surface conditions will improve . . . → Read More: On to the Next System

Winter Weather Advisory, Active Weather

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Good Saturday bloggers,

Our next winter event arrives after midnight tonight as a Winter Weather Advisory has been put in effect for all of Missouri and extreme eastern Kansas. This is being caused by warmer and more moist air racing north along with a disturbance or two heading northeast from the Pacific Ocean. The disturbances are being . . . → Read More: Winter Weather Advisory, Active Weather

Winter Returns Monday, Tricky Forecast

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Good Sunday bloggers,

Sunday is starting 60 degrees warmer than it was Wednesday morning.  When you factor in the wind chill it is 80 degrees warmer! We are in for another big change as colder air heads south at the same time a series of storm systems come in from the Pacific Ocean, track east into the . . . → Read More: Winter Returns Monday, Tricky Forecast

Winter is Not Over, Groundhog is Wrong

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Good Saturday bloggers or Happy Groundhog day,

This is by far, my least favorite holiday. I just don’t get it.  The groundhog says it will be an early Spring as he did not see his shadow. In Punxsutawney they say he has not been wrong for 133 straight years!  Does he use the LRC?  No, because the LRC . . . → Read More: Winter is Not Over, Groundhog is Wrong

Two Arctic Blasts, Ludicrous Wind Chills

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We have many weather changes the next 36 hours as a system drops south from Canada, bringing in warm air first, then an Arctic surge.

A few snow showers are possible this morning as a disturbance moves by from the northwest. Tonight will warm to around 40° with a chance of rain, followed by the . . . → Read More: Two Arctic Blasts, Ludicrous Wind Chills

Arctic Blast Arrives Monday

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We had scattered snow showers this morning in northern Missouri. A few went through KC about 2 AM, lasting about 2 minutes. So, if your car was parked outside, it may have a dusting of snow on it.  The roads are fine. Northern Missouri may have a few locations with up to 1/2″ and . . . → Read More: Arctic Blast Arrives Monday

AFC Championship Game Day Forecast

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Good Sunday bloggers,

The day we have been waiting for has arrived. The Chiefs are playing for the right to play in the Superbowl tonight. We have been going for cold weather and that is a certainty. But, could we see snow? There is a small disturbance in Nebraska that could bring flurries/very light snow for tailgating. . . . → Read More: AFC Championship Game Day Forecast

AFC Championship and Low Clouds

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Good Sunday bloggers,

Saturday was quite a day as we had a band of snow come up from the south and sit along and east of I-35 during the mid morning to mid afternoon. It dropped an additional 2″-5″ of snow and this doubled the power outages as trees and power lines could not hold the extra . . . → Read More: AFC Championship and Low Clouds