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Wind Advisory & A Weekend Storm

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Good morning bloggers,

A Wind Advisory is in effect for the Kansas City area today.  The Blizzard Warning continues up north as a major snowstorm is in progress this morning. Winter is still battling with spring, and it is winning the battle up north today. Farther south, spring has seemingly taken over, and we are paying close . . . → Read More: Wind Advisory & A Weekend Storm

Fire, Water and Ice..Two Big Storm Systems

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Good Wednesday bloggers,

We are tracking two storm system the next 5 days. The first one is the biggest and it is really impressive. This storm will bring high winds, a blizzard and severe weather to the Rockies, plains and Midwest. The second storm is not exactly small and will bring rain and snow from the southern . . . → Read More: Fire, Water and Ice..Two Big Storm Systems

Powerful Storm Begins Forming

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Good morning bloggers,

A powerful storm will emerge out over the plains by later tonight into Wednesday and then intensify into another one of those “bomb cyclones”.  As this system deepens, heavy snow will begin forming over the northern plains, and blizzard conditions are likely. Here are the watches, warnings, and advisories issued this morning:

The surface pressure . . . → Read More: Powerful Storm Begins Forming

Major Northern Plains Snowstorm This Week

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Good morning bloggers,

A very wet April winter storm will strike the northern plains this week, and a lot of the precipitation is going to fall over the Missouri River basin, upstream of where the flooding has been this early spring.  This storm will affect Kansas City as well, and this time it appears KC will more likely . . . → Read More: Major Northern Plains Snowstorm This Week

A Week of Big Weather Changes

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Good Sunday bloggers,

The rain and thunderstorms last night delivered about .50″ of rain to most locations. East of the state line the amounts were less. A few showers and thunderstorms are lingering this morning south of Kansas City, but we are in for a mainly dry day with a mix of sun and clouds, trending towards . . . → Read More: A Week of Big Weather Changes

Wonderful Weekend Weather with Thunderstorms

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Good Saturday bloggers,

We are in for some great weekend weather and a nearly 100% chance of rain and thunderstorms. The rain is timed for tonight, leaving the days with very nice weather.

SATURDAY: We will see increasing high clouds as highs reach 70°-75° along with a south breeze at 10-20 mph.  You can see rain to the . . . → Read More: Wonderful Weekend Weather with Thunderstorms

The Friday Fog Will Lift

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Good morning,

This 2-4 satellite picture shows the low clouds in the dark colors.  Kansas City was in the middle of these low clouds and fog this morning as you can see below:

Goooooooooooooooood Friday morning bloggers,  I was just on the radio, and I think the high temperature will reach the upper 60s this afternoon.  The fog . . . → Read More: The Friday Fog Will Lift

A Wild Month Ahead

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Good morning bloggers,

On this wet morning in Kansas City, let’s take a look at the developing weather pattern.  The pattern will be blocking and splitting in the next few days, and this will likely lead to some rather stormy conditions as we move through the rest of this fourth month of the year.

Kansas City Weather Timeline:

Today: . . . → Read More: A Wild Month Ahead

Some Rain Is Back In The Forecast

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City had 41 dates where snowflakes reached the ground in this wild winter weather pattern that began in October.  Here are the days that had snowflakes, and as you can see 21 of the 41 days had measurable snowfall totals:

The first snow happened on October 14th, and the final one happened on March . . . → Read More: Some Rain Is Back In The Forecast

A Split Flow This Week

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Good morning bloggers,

This will be a quick blog this morning.  Tomorrow, we will go a bit more in-depth!  The weather pattern continues to cycle right on schedule according to the LRC, and we have a split flow, and a dipping AO index. The AO is the Arctic Oscillation, and when it is positive there is less . . . → Read More: A Split Flow This Week