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Watch for rain & tumbling temps on Sunday

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For the first time in almost two weeks, our highs were above average in Kansas City today. And that was despite the cloud cover.

Tonight I am expecting rain to move into the area while many of us sleep. There could be a few hit & miss showers overnight along with some drizzle. Temperatures will stay in . . . → Read More: Watch for rain & tumbling temps on Sunday

Corridor of Fog and A Sunday Change

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Good Saturday morning bloggers,

The ground has been cold and warm/moist air has surged north overnight.  As the warm/moist air runs over the cold ground, the moist air cools and condenses near the surface.  This is creating the fog.  Most of the fog is in a corridor from northeast Iowa to northern Oklahoma, clipping the northwest side . . . → Read More: Corridor of Fog and A Sunday Change

Rain Today & On The Edge Of Heavy Rain Sunday

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Good morning bloggers,

Do you have travel questions for the holiday week? This pattern is changing fast and I will answer your questions at 6:30 PM tonight. Here is the link:

The Chiefs lose in a game that was impacted by the weather. While the Chiefs were bland and being out played by a bad football team in . . . → Read More: Rain Today & On The Edge Of Heavy Rain Sunday

Major Changes Are Happening

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Good late Wednesday night/Thursday morning bloggers,

Our weather team has been working hard at identifying this weather pattern and what it will mean for the winter.  We taped part of our Weathering Winter special that will be on December 4th at 6:30 PM.  We will finish that show by the 4th with our winter forecast revealed then. . . . → Read More: Major Changes Are Happening

From the Freezer to the Refrigerator

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Good Tuesday bloggers,

Well, as we forecast days ago, we smashed a record low this morning as we dropped to 6°.  The old record was 14° set in 1903.

The coldest of the air is retreating, but today through Friday we will still see highs in the 30s with lows in the 20s.  This is still 10-15 degrees . . . → Read More: From the Freezer to the Refrigerator

Record Long November Cold Spell

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Good morning bloggers,

The snowflake contest would have ended in Maryville, Eagleville, Grant City, Mound City, Coal, Clinton, and Deepwater, MO.  Deepwater is on Truman Lake and they had around 3″ of snow yesterday morning. The Saturday storm shifted north, and then Sunday’s storm, that came almost out of nowhere, went just south of Kansas City:

A band . . . → Read More: Record Long November Cold Spell

Record lows likely to be smashed Tuesday

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Before we look ahead to the topic of the headline above, let’s quickly look back on the snow from the last 24 hours. We had another band move through overnight into early Sunday morning. As expected, the bulk of it went South of Kansas City. What about snow amounts? Here’s a look back at some of . . . → Read More: Record lows likely to be smashed Tuesday

Snow South and an Arctic Blast

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We have been in weather no mans land this weekend.  Saturday we saw a snow system track to our north, bringing 1-3″ of snow to Nebraska, Iowa and far northern Missouri.  Now today we have a snow system tracking to our south that will bring 1-3″ to southern Kansas and southern Missouri. If you . . . → Read More: Snow South and an Arctic Blast

Saturday’s snow event…what happened?

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Good evening bloggers,

Some snow showers are developing and we  will be on after the Notre Dame game. Let us know if you see any snowflakes. This storm is not quite done yet, and we have to watch a system going to our south on Sunday closely.

The blog is alive and well it seems! Many are asking . . . → Read More: Saturday’s snow event…what happened?

Will The Snowflake Contest End Today Or Not?

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Good morning Weather2020 bloggers,

Will the snowflake contest end today? It may be close, or it may not even get over a half inch?  The news business can be rewarding and at times quite frustrating. Last night, beginning on the 4 PM newscast, we made the correct forecast for this storm taking the snowfall totals all the . . . → Read More: Will The Snowflake Contest End Today Or Not?