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Falling Afternoon Temperatures

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Good Monday bloggers,

We have had a few showers and thunderstorms this morning, mainly across northern Missouri, north and east of KC.  We now turn our attention to a cold front that will be moving through between noon and 2 PM.  Along and behind this front there will be a few showers and some mist/drizzle, but rainfall . . . → Read More: Falling Afternoon Temperatures

Showers may slow you down Monday morning

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It has been a pretty comfortable Sunday, all things considered. We saw a mix of the clouds and sun, plus some of the warmest readings we’ve had in a few days. That said, we only popped up into the low 70s! Great day to open up the windows.

Something neat to see on the visible satellite picture . . . → Read More: Showers may slow you down Monday morning

New records in the books, now we track rain

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We smashed, shattered, and destroyed some record lows this morning! For the first time since May 17th, our temperatures bottomed out in the 30s.

The trade off to that, obviously, is that we’ve seen a lot more sunshine this afternoon than we have over the last few days. As of 4p, we’ve already seen temperatures bounce back . . . → Read More: New records in the books, now we track rain

Record Cold Summer Morning

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Good Saturday morning,

Well we did it.  We officially broke the record cold of 39° set in 1890 with a low of 37°.  That is one of the oldest records I have seen. I believe record keeping began in 1888.

What was the USA like in 1890.  Here are some fun facts.  The USA population now is around . . . → Read More: Record Cold Summer Morning

The connection between Summer and Winter

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After a summer that didn’t feel that much like a summer at all–we only had one stretch of hot weather and it never hit 100° at K.C.I. this year–are we getting set for a brutally cold and snowy winter? The short answer: not necessarily.

Many have already asked: since the Summer was cooler and wetter than usual, . . . → Read More: The connection between Summer and Winter

Tracking record-cold temperatures for Saturday morning

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No doubt about it: it’s cool out there! Average temperatures right now are supposed to be 81° in Kansas City. Yesterday we did not make it out of the 50s and it looks like we will stay in the 50s again today. However, going into tonight, high pressure should settle over the area and this will . . . → Read More: Tracking record-cold temperatures for Saturday morning

Rainfall totals & Falling temps

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Good Morning Bloggers!

Cloudy skies will persist today even though the rain has moved out.  Some spots in our viewing area got LARGE amounts of rain last night, but other spots got diddly squat.  Post your rainfall totals, but here ere is a look at the rainfall totals in our system:

Now we turn our attention to the . . . → Read More: Rainfall totals & Falling temps

Storm potential today

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Good Morning Bloggers!

Still a lot of questions in regards to today’s threat for severe weather.  We are currently 74° and will warm up into the middle 80s.  We have clouds around, but dry with showers and thunderstorms off to the northwest moving into Nebraska and off to the northeast in Illinois.

 

Storm Prediction Center has our area . . . → Read More: Storm potential today

Strong storm potential for Tuesday; all about location

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I’ll cut right to the chase: there is a chance for strong to severe thunderstorms in the area Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night. This you probably already know by now. However, this does not mean it’s a “sure thing” nor that everyone will see thunderstorms at all.
Right now, this is the outlook from the Storm Prediction . . . → Read More: Strong storm potential for Tuesday; all about location

Jump on the crazy weather train

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Good Morning Bloggers!

A quiet start to what will be a big week weather-wise here in Kansas and Missouri.  Let’s start with today, which will be easy because it’s going to be beautiful.

Here is a picture I captured earlier this morning as the sun started to rise.  This is a great way to start the week.   . . . → Read More: Jump on the crazy weather train