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Two Chiefs Games, Two Storm Systems

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We have two Chiefs games and two main storms systems to track the next five days. There is a weak storm system tonight coming south from the northern Plains, but it will have almost no impact and we are not counting this system as one to track.

It has been robbed of moisture from the . . . → Read More: Two Chiefs Games, Two Storm Systems

Calmer this Weekend, Two Storm Systems Next Week

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Good Saturday bloggers,

This is the first weekend since November 10-11 that we are not tracking snow. Now, it did snow 1/2″ on November 12th. So, really you can go back to the weekend of November 3-4 since we did not track snow during a weekend.

A large storm this weekend, that earlier in the week we thought . . . → Read More: Calmer this Weekend, Two Storm Systems Next Week

More Chances of Snow

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Good Sunday bloggers,

It is another Sunday and it’s another Sunday with snow. Today, however, is a completely different animal than last week. A strong storm that ripped out into the Plains Friday, producing severe weather from Oklahoma to Illinois and a snowstorm in Nebraska and northwest Iowa is now weakening and headed to the Great Lakes. . . . → Read More: More Chances of Snow

Strong Plains Storm System

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Good Saturday bloggers,

One of the wilder Novembers is over and since this is the first of December, it is November statistics day.

The average temperature was 35.6°, which was 8 degrees below average. This is the coldest November ever recorded (35.9° 1976, 36.5°, 2000) and we had 7.6″ of snow which is the second snowiest November ever . . . → Read More: Strong Plains Storm System

First Blizzard Warning Since January 31, 2011

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Good Sunday,

Wow! Well, the storm has trended far enough south to bring blizzard conditions to the I-70 corridor. Let’s put this in perspective. It has been 1755 days since our last 3″ snowstorm and our last Blizzard Warning was January 31, 2011. The snowiest November ever was 9.1″ in 1923 that came in one storm. We . . . → Read More: First Blizzard Warning Since January 31, 2011

A Fast-Moving, Compact & Strong Storm System

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Good Saturday bloggers,

If you, friends or relatives need to travel this weekend. TODAY is the day as we will be dealing with a winter storm on Sunday. We are dealing with a fast-moving, compact and strong storm system.

The fast-moving component to the storm means conditions will change rapidly on Sunday.

The compact component of the storm means . . . → Read More: A Fast-Moving, Compact & Strong Storm System

Thanksgiving Week, Day by Day

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Good Sunday bloggers,

There was mist overnight in KC with snow in northern Missouri. A few bands of very light snow crossed Platte and Clay counties. Roads in KC are in pretty good shape with possibly a few slick spots. Any slick spots will vanish after 10 AM. Northern Missouri will have worse road conditions through the . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving Week, Day by Day

Weekend Wintry Change

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We had a nice break from the early start to winter, but this weekend winter returns. We are tracking a blast of cold and storm system.

SATURDAY NOON: It will be windy and colder with temperatures dropping through the 30s along with a thickening overcast. Highs will reach the low to mid 40s before temperatures . . . → Read More: Weekend Wintry Change

Snow Likely Tonight

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Happy Veterans day bloggers,

Thank you to all the veterans for your service.

We are tracking a large and wet storm system that will affect the southern Plains today through Monday. The northern edge will affect the I-70 corridor tonight into Monday. There will be a range of weather conditions across the area, so let’s go through the . . . → Read More: Snow Likely Tonight

More Snow Before the Weekend is Over?

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Good Saturday bloggers,

The low this morning was 9°. Let’s put this into perspective. The record low was 19° and the average low is 37°. The average high is 56°. So, we are running close to 30° below average.

Now we turn our attention to the next chance of precipitation. A large, wet storm system will be forming . . . → Read More: More Snow Before the Weekend is Over?