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Here comes a great weekend

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It’s Friday Night In The Big Town!

This will be one of the nicest weekends this year with temperatures warming into the upper 70s Saturday and lower to middle 80s Sunday!

The 41 Action News weather team is on a long streak of being within 3 degrees. It may have gone one degree higher than this, but we . . . → Read More: Here comes a great weekend

Rain Will Stay South Of KC This Evening

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Remembering The “Non-Ice” Ice Storm & Comparing To Right Now In May

Good morning bloggers,

A storm system is spinning into Kansas this morning.  The amount of rain that ended up being produced by this storm system is really what I was expecting to happen. The models had much higher amounts at times as this storm system approached . . . → Read More: Rain Will Stay South Of KC This Evening

Strong Thunderstorms Mess With The Evening Chances

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Good evening bloggers,

Thunderstorms moved through around 2:30 PM this afternoon with some wind gusts to over 40 mph. I didn’t see any hail reported, but I am sure there was some.  Now we are on the back side of this wave and we have sinking air. This will likely keep the thunderstorms from reforming at least . . . → Read More: Strong Thunderstorms Mess With The Evening Chances

The Incredible Cycling Weather Pattern & This Developing Storm System

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Good morning bloggers,

This approaching storm is likely going to struggle to produce the organized thunderstorms over eastern Kansas and western Missouri.  Remember the ice storm that didn’t quite come together near KC?  Today, we will look at the KC Weather Time-Line and the LRC. This storm system is directly related to the part of the pattern . . . → Read More: The Incredible Cycling Weather Pattern & This Developing Storm System

Rain Is Moving Into The Forecast

Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Time-Line:

Today: Sunny with no chance of rain. Southwest winds lighter than yesterday. High: 85°
Tonight: Dry with a few thunderstorms possible near the Iowa and Nebraska borders. Low: 63°
Wednesday:  Partly cloudy and warm with a chance of a few thunderstorms. The chance of rain is 40%. High:  82°

Would it shock you to . . . → Read More: Rain Is Moving Into The Forecast

A Warm Start To The Week

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Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Time-Line:

Today: A few morning clouds, then sunny and warm. High:  85°
Tonight:  Clear and dry. Low:  62°
Tuesday:  Mostly sunny with increasing afternoon clouds. High:  84°
Wednesday: Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms, most likely Wednesday night.  High:  80°

Let’s begin today with a little discussion of the cycling weather pattern as described by . . . → Read More: A Warm Start To The Week

Very Warm Start to the Week

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Good Sunday,

Sunday started about exactly the same as Saturday.  This is what happens when you are in an “Omega Block”.  We are in the nice weather part, so we had another great sunrise.

We are in for a big Monday warm up as temperatures will come close to 90°.  Let’s go through the weather for the upcoming . . . → Read More: Very Warm Start to the Week

Great May Weather!

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Good Saturday,

This weekend will be a 180 weather wise from last weekend as we are in for abundant sunshine, light winds and highs well in the 70s.  The next chance of rain arrives Wednesday, so let’s go through the forecast.

This is how the weekend started with an absolutely gorgeous sunrise.

 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON: It will be very nice . . . → Read More: Great May Weather!

Friday Forecast Thoughts & The Weekend Weather

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Good late Thursday night of Friday morning bloggers,

The weather pattern is going to block up and this is something that Weather2020 predicted would happen around the 10th of May three weeks ago. It is happening and it will likely mean that we will have some spectacular spring weather for an extended period with a chance to . . . → Read More: Friday Forecast Thoughts & The Weekend Weather

Today’s Weather Time-Line

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Good morning bloggers,

The final storm in the latest series of wet storm systems is moving across the southern and central plains this morning. Here is a radar image from 6:45 AM this morning showing the developing storm as it begins to target the areas that are flooded over eastern and southern Missouri. The northern edge is . . . → Read More: Today’s Weather Time-Line