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Snow, Sleet, Rain…Another Weird Weather Day

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UPDATE 1030 AM

Good Sunday bloggers,

This is the second straight April Sunday with a chance of snow and other forms of precipitation. The good news is that anything that falls will have a low impact on the roads as temperatures will stay above freezing. This means we are looking at mainly wet roads through the day with . . . → Read More: Snow, Sleet, Rain…Another Weird Weather Day

The Last Chance of Snow?

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Good Saturday bloggers,

Before we talk about the next chance of winter weather, let’s talk about severe weather.

Gary, Gerard and myself will be out at Nebraska Furniture Mart between 11 AM and 2 PM for Severe Weather Awareness Day. You can meet Sunny “the weather dog” and Gary will be signing and giving away a couple of . . . → Read More: The Last Chance of Snow?

April Arctic Blast Arrives & Signs Of Spring

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Good morning bloggers,

I would like to take three minutes of your time to begin this blog. I just made a quick video explaining the cycling pattern and how we had very similar conversations in the previous cycles of this years pattern:

The Same Pattern: The Same Conversation: The Same Results from Weather2020 on Vimeo.

I went back to . . . → Read More: April Arctic Blast Arrives & Signs Of Spring

POOF: Are We Really Surprised?

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Good morning bloggers,

At least it will be a great day today with temperatures warming into the 60s, and even near 70 degrees in spots.  And, no, there is no in between! POOF: Are you really surprised? I am not.  I have been a bit concerned, but this doesn’t mean it isn’t shocking.  Here we are a . . . → Read More: POOF: Are We Really Surprised?

Kansas City Vs. New York City In Snow Totals

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Good morning bloggers,

The wild week of weather continues. The week began with the “Snow Easter” on Sunday, and now a big warm-up is likely into Thursday. And then………two potential winter storms.  We will discuss below, but first let’s begin with the battle between New York City and KC, well it wasn’t really a close competition at . . . → Read More: Kansas City Vs. New York City In Snow Totals

A Wild Next Few Days

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Good morning,

What a pattern! We had the expected and forecasted “Snow Easter”.  6″ of snow up in northern Missouri fell on Easter Sunday.  Now, could it happen again later this week? There is a lot that needs to happen, but there is a trend in the direction of snow.  Let’s begin with this morning.

Today’s weather:  Another . . . → Read More: A Wild Next Few Days

The Cold Pattern Continues: The Reason Why & The Explanation

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Good morning bloggers,

Thunder Graupel! Yes, this is what happened yesterday on the south side of the KC metro area. I was standing outside about to do an Instagram video (you can follow Sunny The Weather Dog on Instagram), and a Facebook Live and just as I was about to start we had a very loud roaring, . . . → Read More: The Cold Pattern Continues: The Reason Why & The Explanation

Snow Easter or Pass Over?

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Happy Easter and Passover bloggers,

Well, it looks like we are going to have a “Snow Easter” and this system will not “Pass Over” our region.  It is pretty crazy for sure. As of 7 AM it was snowing in Maryville, MO and this is the beginning of the event.

Here is a summary of our “Snow Easter”.

EASTER . . . → Read More: Snow Easter or Pass Over?

Dreaming of a White Easter?

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Good Saturday bloggers,

This Easter weekend has some crazy weather changes for us to experience. We are tracking a very strong cold blast and the chance of winter weather. Now, keep in mind, this is the same pattern as we had during the winter, so you know how it goes when it comes to snow in KC.

Let’s . . . → Read More: Dreaming of a White Easter?

At Least Four Storms Are Lining Up

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Good morning bloggers,

It’s Good Friday!  And, it may snow on Easter Sunday.  The weather pattern is getting a bit wilder as we move into April. I often play an April Fools joke on the anchor teams I work with on 41 Action News where I say that snow has shown up and a few inches may . . . → Read More: At Least Four Storms Are Lining Up