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Kansas City Had Its 10th Snow Event

Good morning bloggers,

Let’s make it two straight Sundays with measurable snow in KC.  Can we make it three in a row next Sunday? Yes, there is a storm that fits the LRC perfectly for next weekend.  It has been on our LRC radar for months now, and in fact the severe weather risk fits perfectly to be off to the east and southeast of KC later Friday – Sunday as well.  It will be another interesting week of weather for sure.

0.8″ of snow fell in Kansas City keeping our average going at around that much in each snow this season, actually it is at around 0.7″ per snow, which is just almost impossible to do, but we just lived through it.  This brings our whopping total to 7.7″ of snow for the season. This could change big time with a huge finale Saturday?  The Canadian model has like 20″ near KC this weekend. I know, crazy right?

Here is the forecast map for Wednesday afternoon. Spring will finally get a jab in, in this battle with winter:

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This surface pattern will provide for a huge warm up into the 70s with 80 degrees possible one of these days later this week.  And, then look at what happens.

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This is the forecast map valid Saturday night at midnight. This would make it three straight Sundays with snow. Someone sent me a message telling me that when it rains on Easter Sunday, then it will rain the next seven Sundays.  Well, if it snows on Easter Sunday, maybe it will snow the next seven Sundays. Well, we know that is impossible, but this could be three straight Sundays.

Thank you for spending a few minutes of your day reading the Action Weather Blog featuring Weather2020 and the LRC.  Go over to the Weather2020 blog to join in the conversation as we share in this weather experience.  Have a great start to the week.

Gary

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