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Good evening bloggers,

It’s Friday Night In The Big Town!  Does anyone want me to write up a discussion on this next storm tonight?

Okay, and first of all I would like to thank everyone, all of you bloggers out there, for helping create such a positive environment for us to share our exciting weather.  We just had an impacting storm system and this winter has come together to actually be a pretty good one for us weather enthusiasts. The blog set a record, well, really, it shattered the record for number of page views on Wednesday, as the storm approached. We had over 125,000 page views on just that one day.

We are just recovering from experiencing a major snowstorm and another one is already threatening our area. A VERY STRONG storm system is going to form over the southern and central plains states by Monday. Take a look at the latest NAM model solution for this storm valid at 6 PM Monday:

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The upper low is forecast to develop over Oklahoma, and the position that this latest NAM model is showing is almost a perfect position for Kansas City to again be near the Bulls-eye of this storm system.  There are differences when comparing this storm to the one we just experienced. The last storm developed near southern California and then went through a transition as it moved out into the plains. This storm will likely develop/form and then intensify rapidly as it moves into Oklahoma. And as a result the surface storm will be strengthening as well. Take a look at the surface forecast:

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Check out the flow from the Gulf of Mexico from Louisiana into the storm system. This will be another unusual set-up for us with tremendous amounts of low level moisture available for the storm. This storm will likely produce near blizzard conditions where it is snowing and severe thunderstorms farther south. There could be tornado watches and Blizzard warnings just about a state apart.

The precipitation forecast for the NAM model is rather significant with Kansas City near 1 inch or more liquid and it is all snow. ONE BIG FACTOR already is that it will be warmer with this storm. It is looking like the temperature will be closer to 32 degrees during the event compared to 19 to 23 degrees in this last event. If we really do get the snow the ratio will likely be no higher than 10 to 1.  Here is the precipitation forecast for just the 12 hours ending Tuesday morning.

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Now bloggers, please understand that this is a storm that is now in the northeast Pacific Ocean.  Let’s see how the models trend, but right now the potential for another impacting major winter storm is high. By tomorrow we will learn a lot more.  Have a great Friday Night! I am on in a few minutes and must get one special graphic made for the show.

Gary

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177 comments to New blog entry

  • weatherkcmo

    Yes that would be great Gary!

  • Roohawk

    Yes sir!!!

  • chiefs

    heck yea Gary looking at the new NAM now Wichita looks to get blasted

  • Micah

    Yes, please!

  • Skylar

    Who would say no to that? xD

    The new NAM is better for snow again: “http://mag.ncep.noaa.gov/Image.php?model=nam&area=namer&param=850_temp_mslp_precip&cycle=00&image=nam%2F00%2Fnam_namer_072_850_temp_mslp_precip.gif”

  • PaolaWeatherNewbie

    Well, if you’re bored… Ya know we’ll read it!!!!!!!!

  • scottr

    New NAM is impressive… Wichita gets another 16+ inches.

  • Another 8 inch pounding headed our way.

  • hoeperk2

    Yes would love to here your thoughts

  • Emaw

    No, I know what it’s going to do, 14 – 18.

    • PaolaWeatherNewbie

      14-18″!? I don’t know how on earth to read models…I just read what all of you say and go with the consensus. That sounds huge, Emaw! Another couples days for a stay-cation at home!

      Is this system supposed to have freezing rain/ice with it? If something big is coming, I should make sure I’m prepped and ready for a power outage. Now that my road has finally been plowed, I can escape the house tomorrow. I can get a few things while I’m out, just in case.

  • Skylar

    This run gives us 6-10″

    “http://www.instantweathermaps.com/NAM-php/showmap-conussfc.php?run=2013022300&time=PER&var=ASNOWI&hour=084″

  • weatherman brad

    Yes please Gary do it, I want to look at the Mondays storm and see if we get blasted again. I wonder if I will get snowed in this time. hehe.

    brad

  • Twistersis

    Well of course we’d love to hear from you…but Gary, you gotta rest up for whatever’s coming!

  • weather

    Only if you write it with lines from Rocky thrown in. Something like YO ADRIAN can you believe 2 storms within 4-5 days of each other.

  • weatherkcmo

    I hope that bullseye shifts to the north and east.

    • Skylar

      That was the last GFS, but it is looking better here. Maybe this will really happen. :) The new one is out in about 20 minutes.

  • weather

    Gary or anyone else who can we write to in order to get offical weather records recorded somewhere other then KCI? I mean KCI is so far away from civilaztion and the city of KC it’s crazy. I think records should be kept at Lee’s Summit airport. I understand the reasoning behind not wanting them at the downtown airport because of the inflated numbers for warmth and such.

  • stl78

    Lmao off at weather’s post! YO GARY. any info or insight would be greatly appreciated!

  • weatherkcmo

    The GFS shows 8-12″ for the viewing area

  • weather

    I will go with 7 inches for this storm on Monday/Tuesday. The blog will be lighting up once again. Gary UPGRADE those SERVERS so the blog won’t crash.

  • Yes!! I excited to hear about this new storm!!!

  • weather

    Gary with this storm coming up will we eat lightning and crap thunder?

  • stjoeattorney

    well i am not saying abything anf will wait and see if i am surprised.

  • 2soccerboyz

    Yes, please! I’m trying to write lesson plans for next week. After these two snow days, I need to know what to expect next week! :)

  • weatherkcmo

    I’m just hoping the GFS doesn’t do a 360 on us.

  • blue8091

    Getting Storm Shield set up…so ez to access the blog! Crazy we have another storm on the way. Have one ear on TWC and they did put up a graphic specifically for KC and round #2 with Rocky! lol@weather’s comment! YO Gary…tell us more!

  • weatherkcmo

    Little worried about the temps for the Monday storm.

  • thundercolt

    Does anyone think the current snowpack will affect temps for Rocky?

  • Kole Christian

    Gary,

    Will there be more wind with this one? And yes, it’d be great if you could post all of the official totals. Let it snow, and maybe we should use reverse psychology again. It worked last time!

  • weatherkcmo

    The GFS should be out about now.

  • weather

    I was thinking that the temps may be 3-5 degrees colder then what the models are saying just becasue of the snowpack we and surrounding areas have. Do the models take the snowpack int consideration when forecasting temps?

  • weatherfreaker

    My friend told me she heard this storm could be ice, but I’ve not really seen anyone on the blog mentioning that as a possibility. Is ice any possibility at all from this new storm or is it probably a toss between just rain or snow?? I’m not sure where she heard the mention of ice…

  • weatherkcmo

    Probably rain and snow.

  • weatherfreaker

    Thanks weatherkcmo!

  • Skylar

    Looks like the GFS is continuing to trend southward like the other models. It’s only at hour 45 but the low is farther south.

    • Skylar

      “http://mag.ncep.noaa.gov/Image.php?model=gfs&area=namer&param=850_temp_mslp_precip&cycle=00&image=gfs%2F00%2Fgfs_namer_072_850_temp_mslp_precip.gif”

      • allietag

        I normally have a hard time deciphering these weather maps…but not this one!! All I’ve got to say is WOW… I hope it pans out!!

  • Skylar

    New GFS shows 12″+ over the northern metro

    “http://www.instantweathermaps.com/GFS-php/showmap-conussfc.php?run=2013022300&time=PER&var=ASNOWI&hour=081″

  • lsx347

    I’d almost bet we get slammed again. The craziest stuff has happened with the weather here in the last 2 years. Wouldn’t suprise me a bit but oh my would that be a mess!

  • davidmcg

    12 to 18 inches? I think snow madness is effecting ya Gary. NWS Topeka is saying 5.5″ for us out here in McLouth. As to the previous blog you put in there drifts were around 18″ and that was a contributing factor. 18″ snowdrifts out here are a fact of life and stop few if anyone. In this storm we had 3 foot plus drifts, that shut a lot of traffic down real quick.

    • allietag

      I haven’t even tried to get out of my driveway yet!! The snow that has filled it in is at least 18 inches deep…it’s packed pretty tight too – my 95 pound kid can walk on it!

  • weatherkcmo

    The GFS is giving the metro 11-14″ of snow!

  • WeatherNerd

    Gary, thanks for all your work to make this a great place to come and learn about weather. I have learned so much over the years following and reading the blog. Both NAM and GFS would give us quite a bit of snow at the moment…going to be fun to track!

  • Kole Christian

    I hope we don’t get too much with this next storm. I only predicted 18 inches for this winter.

  • snowlover71

    I am trying not to get excited. How awesome that would be to get two great snowstorms so close together. Fun and please happen!

  • RickMckc

    I don’t think anyone posted this version of the NAM yet – it’s a bit more zoomed in that the other sites.

    “http://wxcaster.com/gis-snow-overlays.php3?STATIONID=EAX”

    The HPC guys from earlier this afternoon sure seemed to like the idea of a low going from Eastern OK up to the Great Lakes (as depicted on this map).

    Nice to finally have some exciting weather.

  • HeatMiser

    Cool, Gary’s ten o’clock newscast upped our chances of snow Monday/Tuesday and mabye Wednesday also to 90%. The one thing the last storm was missing was high winds. Gary, are you still thinking this could be a blizzard?

  • HeatMiser

    Wait, is he saying KC might be in the bulls eye with 12-18 inches? That what it sound like hes saying, but that one map makes it look more like Wichita is in the bulls eye.

  • OlatheMatt

    Ok so with LRC, does this mean we should see these two storm systems come back to back in the future say spring/?

  • john9892

    Uhh I was just curious about how much could potentially fall in the “sweet spot” of this storm wherever that sets up

  • fire508

    “http://www.instantweathermaps.com/NAM-php/showmap-conussfc.php?run=2013022300&time=PER&var=ASNOWI&hour=084″
    NAM
    “http://www.instantweathermaps.com/GFS-php/showmap-conussfc.php?run=2013022300&time=PER&var=ASNOWI&hour=084″
    gfs

  • yes heatmiser i was looking at NWS..the hazardous weather for wichita area makes it sound like the storm wil be more intense for that part of Kansas rather than here..

    • HeatMiser

      Hmmm…and yet GFS has us in the bullseye. NAM has Wichita in the bulls eye, but still has us getting 8+ inches. Cool.

  • weatherkcmo

    That GFS is crazy! With either solution we’re talking 8+” maybe.

  • HeatMiser

    Okay, so GFS has 16, NAM has 8, split the difference and it’s 12 inches for KC…I’LL TAKE IT! LoL

  • weatherkcmo

    Works for me. Hey, I’ll take six inches.

  • HeatMiser

    I just want a nice long blizzard!

  • yes the temperature difference issue…yet most of our snow still will be here so the surface temps will be colder as the snow falls, just may keep the plowed/treated roads from being so bad this time..

  • Kcchamps

    “http://grib2.com/gfs/CONUS_GFS0P5_SFC_ACCUM-SNOW_87HR.gif”
    Latest GFS BLASTS the metro with 16-18″ of snow

  • weatherkcmo

    It seems as if your concentrating on the NAM Gary. At least that’s what I take away from your write up. What’s your take on the GFS? Seems to be giving the metro some pretty hefty amounts of snow.

  • OlatheMatt

    It is amazing how powerful weather is, and what it is capable of doing both good and bad.

  • oh wow…wonder if NWS will put is in a ‘watch’ soon

  • weatherkcmo

    That GFS went bonkers! Wow! Could you imagine?

  • kettle corn

    Cant wait! This should give the drought a right cross to the jaw.

  • weatherkcmo

    Just hope it holds.

  • McCabe58

    Gary are you confident in us getting what the latest models are showing? Unbelievable that both of these storms were/are putting us in the bullseye!

  • JJ

    This would be just crazy if this really happen again. I’m hoping it’s not to bad since I just got out of my driveway for the first time in two days. But if it will help with the drought, I’ll dig out again.

  • StormyWX

    Lol. I love how this blog is still titled “New blog entry.” It’s hilarious to me for some reason, haha.

  • Kole Christian

    “http://wxmaps.org/pix/mcigfs.png

    GFS is giving us a good amount of snow

  • weatherkcmo

    Still worried about the temps. Most of our snow cover now will be gone by Monday do it won’t really aid in cooling temps for the storm. That GFS is still pretty to look at though.

  • McCabe58

    LMFAO “most of our snow cover will be gone by Monday”… Is this a joke? You think with temps at 38 on Sunday, 10-11″ of snow is going to melt that fast?… Not a chance. We will still have a lot of snow on the ground when this storm hits Monday.

    • PaolaWeatherNewbie

      I had close to 9″ and a it has reduced pretty dramatically with yesterday’s sunny weather. Everything touching the house is gone, and the main part of the yard probably lost a good 4-5″ in depth! The only really deep spots are where we threw the shovels full of snow to reach our car.

  • Kole Christian

    Weatherkcmo,

    This snow will be here for awhile, but it’s not going to dramatically change the storm.

  • Kcchamps

    “http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov/pwpf_24hr/prb_24hsnow_ge12_2013022312f072.gif”

    from the HPC, chance of seeing atleast 12″ of SNOW

  • McCabe58

    It seems Gary updated Sunday to 46, but still this snow isn’t going to melt anywhere near that fast

  • weatherkcmo

    Ok, maybe I was exaggerating. It’s going to be in the 40s on Sunday and 32 tomorrow with plenty of sunshine. I think some will melt at least.

  • Kole Christian

    Just like last time, I’ll expect 4 inches, and I won’t be disappointed.

  • MIZZOU

    From what iv’e seen on the models as of now I would think 8 inches is a good bet. Spit the NAM and GFS in half, and you get a track right over KC. Time will tell

  • does the new NAM come out soon?

  • SouthKCMO

    Well… Is it on shore yet? What’s the word people its Friday Night.

  • weatherkcmo

    We should have a better handle on it tomorrow.

  • weatherkcmo

    Kcchamps I’ll probably be up with you lol. Been an eventful couple of days.

  • RickMckc

    Not sure I’m liking the 12z Euro. The ULL seems a lot further south than last night’s runs.

    Will be curious to see what happens with the NAM.

    • mattmaisch

      Couldn’t agree more Rick. This storm diving too far south is far and away the greatest concern with any potential impact on Kansas City. The trend has been a southerly one all day. It will be interesting to see the 06Z NAM here in a few minutes. I am definitely concerned that this thing will set up too far south for us to feel any significant impacts from it.

  • d100patel

    Probably a dumb question but can someone explain to me how I view maps on Instantweathermaps.com? I click on MAPS then I go to NAM CONUS? Then what? How do you know if its the newest one and when it came out?

    • Kcchamps

      It should have the most recent model run ready for you when you go to the site, if not, then look for the drop down menu that has the dates and times and select the one thats at the very top.

  • lsx347

    already WSW out for northern OK

  • is the storm supposed to move in more from the south?

  • Kcchamps

    latest NAM SLAMS the metro!

  • fire508

    “http://mag.ncep.noaa.gov/Image.php?model=nam&area=namer&param=precip_p24&cycle=06&image=nam%2F06%2Fnam_namer_084_precip_p24.gif
    24hr period NAM

    “http://www.instantweathermaps.com/NAM-php/showmap-conussfc.php?run=2013022306&time=PER&var=ASNOWI&hour=072

  • fire508

    “http://www.instantweathermaps.com/NAM-php/showmap-conussfc.php?run=2013022306&time=PER&var=ASNOWI&hour=084

    Woops. Should have waited to model to finish before posting!!
    WOW!

  • Kcchamps

    the latest NAM would suggest 12-14″ for the metro

  • fire508

    Storm is now onshore. OR/CA border.

  • fire508

    “http://wxcaster4.com/nam/CONUS_MESO-ETA212_SFC_ACCUMSNOWFALL-KUCHERA_84HR.gif

  • Kcchamps

    I wouldn’t be surprised if some sort of watch would be issued later today, seeing as there is already a WSW in NorthCentral OK

  • fire508

    LOL accu-weather is calling for 14 inches! LOL

  • Freeze Miser

    LOL…Heat Miser….your picture is hilarious!

    More snow? Lots of snow? Excellent!!!

    • HeatMiser

      Hey brother, you popsicle head! Some like it hot, but I like it REEEALLLY HOT! That being said, bring on Storm #2!!!! I want a blizzard!

      • Freeze Miser

        It does my frosty heart good that you’re rooting for the snow. I may reciprocate and cheer on some exciting spring storms. A blizzard on Monday night would be too cool!

        • HeatMiser

          Thanks for liking my self portrait. I had to take several pictures of myself to get one that was just right. LoL

  • Kcchamps

    latest GFS SLAMS us too!

    • Twistersis

      I’m astonished that you guys are awake…wonder if you work at night or have weathermania! Good for you – it’s nice to wake up and have all the information you’ve found in front of me.

  • McCabe58

    Absolutely incredible!!!

  • Kcchamps

    “http://www.instantweathermaps.com/GFS-php/showmap-conussfc.php?run=2013022306&time=PER&var=APCPI&hour=081

    GFS total precip is CRAZY

  • Kcchamps

    from the NWS latest Forecast Discussion:

    “Snow ratios may be rather low with temperatures
    barely below freezing in saturated portions of the profile, but with
    intense precipitation rates and high precipitable water, totals
    could still creep into the 6-10 inch range or even greater.”

    “With these types of snowfall rates and amounts, a winter
    storm watch will likely need to be issued today for much of the CWA.”

  • thundercolt

    409 AM CST SAT FEB 23 2013

    …SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM POSSIBLE SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY…

    A WINTER STORM SYSTEM WILL LIFT INTO THE AREA ON SUNDAY…BRINGING
    ACCUMULATING SNOW TO THE REGION FROM LATE SUNDAY EVENING THROUGH
    TUESDAY AFTERNOON. SNOWFALL TOTALS OF 5 TO 10 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE
    ACROSS NORTHEAST KANSAS…NORTHERN…AND CENTRAL MISSOURI. BLOWING
    SNOW MAY ALSO BE A CONCERN MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY AS NORTHWEST
    WINDS GUST UP TO 30 MPH. WHILE EXACT SNOW AMOUNTS REMAIN SOMEWHAT
    UNCERTAIN…THE OVERALL PROBABILITY OF ACCUMULATING SNOW IS HIGH.

  • kellyinkc

    good morning everyone,
    NWS has the WSW creeping closer!! Topeka is now in one.
    latest from NWS.
    “http://www.crh.noaa.gov/wxstory.php?site=eax”

  • thundercolt

    European models now painting Bulls eye for KC just saw it on Today show!! 15″ plus
    Crazy ness!!!!

  • mudnyri

    are we dreaming work this really happened to us two storms in 1 week. bring the snow on we just got a new snow blower!!!!!

  • thundercolt

    Jeff

    Write up a new blog if you can on your thoughts please!!

  • thundercolt

    A few weeks ago we where banking on a few 1-2″ maybe 2-3″ snowstorms in Feb wow what a change did we move to the mountains?

  • HeatMiser

    WOO HOO! WSW for Lawrence!

    TOTAL SNOW AND ICE ACCUMULATIONS…THERE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR
    SNOWFALL AMOUNTS IN EXCESS OF 6 INCHES ESPECIALLY SOUTH OF
    INTERSTATE 70. SOME AREAS COULD ALSO SEE AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN
    INCH OF ICE DUE TO FREEZING RAIN SUNDAY NIGHT.

  • HeatMiser

    Just a little at the beginning! Don’t freak out!

  • mudnyri

    It’s a Toro 621 QZR 4 stroke. It is supposed to be the largest single stage they make. It threw the snow 20 to 30ft. The 30yr old s200 would just not cut it. I could not believe they even discounted it. Bring on the next storm?

  • weatherkcmo

    This is actually worrying me. With the snow we have on the ground now plus this next storm’s snow we’ll have mounds of snow until April!

  • mudnyri

    Did you get it this year? I was a little worried the 4 stroke would lake power but it did not bog down ounce with the 12in in drive. When is the new blog being posted?

    • kellyinkc

      No, 2 years ago, the last year they were made. Thanks EPA :(
      Its a Lawn Boy designed engine, sounds like it too. Nothing like the smell of 2 stroke in the morning.

  • LuvsSummer

    Gary, I read every Blog, but seldom comment. I’d love to hear your take on this next system. As far as more snow, I say, enough is enough! Give me some hot weather, soon please! :)

  • mudnyri

    We need more snow!!!!!! Is Gary going to do a blog today? I hope so. We need his insight.

  • Cacti51

    This is getting awesome again!

  • kellyinkc

    Accuweather is saying “around a foot of snow”

    • AFPILOTWXJUNKIE

      The reliability of notAccuweather is highly in doubt. Last storm they predicted 3.1 inches of snow…yea they missed that one. When the storm first made their forecast it was 9″. They changed it constantly to lower amounts. They should have stayed with their first hunch.

  • Freeze Miser

    I will say again, and I think I speak for many, those posting maps of model predictions sure makes this blog a lot of fun. Thanks for those who put forth that effort.

  • AFPILOTWXJUNKIE

    New NAM coming now. Links and data posts t follow

  • HeatMiser

    .DAYS 2-3…SUNDAY TO TUESDAY…

    …POTENTIAL BLIZZARD SETTING UP FOR PARTS OF THE SOUTHERN TO
    CENTRAL PLAINS AND CENTRAL MS VALLEY…

    THE MODELS ARE IN AGREEMENT ON A CLOSED DEEP LAYER CYCLONE
    INTENSIFYING OVER THE SOUTHERN PLAINS AND THEN EVENTUALLY TURNING
    NORTHEAST TOWARDS THE MID MS VALLEY. THERE ARE TRACK AND TIMING
    DIFFERENCES REMAINING TO BE RESOLVED. THE 00Z ECMWF DRIFTED SOUTH
    OF ITS PRIOR RUNS AND WAS JOINED WITH THE 00Z UKMET/00Z CANADIAN.
    THIS WOULD RESULT IN A GREATER THREAT OF SNOW TRACKING SOUTH FORM
    KS INTO OK. ON DAY TWO…THE THREAT AREAS ARE IN EASTERN TO
    CENTRAL CO WHERE THE UPPER TROUGH DEPARTS THE CO ROCKIES ONO THE
    PLAINS TO THE NE AND KS BORDER BY 12Z MON. A SECOND AREA DEVELOPS
    IN CENTRAL KS AS LOW-MID LEVEL DEFORMATION FORMS UNDERNEATH AN
    UPPER DIVERGENCE MAXIMA IN THE VICINITY OF THE 300 MB JET MAXIMA.

    A HIGH RISK OF FOUR INCHES OF SNOW IS SHOWN ON DAY 3 AS ALL MODELS
    FORECAST AT LEAST TWICE THAT MUCH IN PARTS OF EASTERN KS TO
    ADJACENT NORTHWEST MO…WITH SLOW MOVEMENT OF THE CLOSED IN ALL
    MODELS. A FAIRLY BROAD AREA WAS PAINTED FOR GREATER THAN 4 INCHES
    OF SNOW…AS WELL AS AN AREA OF LOW PROBABILITIES OF GREATER THAN
    12 INCHES OF SNOW…CURRENTLY OVER EASTERN KANSAS TO NORTHWEST MO.

  • HeatMiser

    Heh heh…Heatmiser want blizzard!

  • MikeL

    The storm could still slip to the south…

    The euro, ukmet, and canadian were still trending south. The storm is onshore now and the 12z models should have it better sampled. The 12z NAM will be interesting and it will be out shortly.

  • Weatherfreak01

    The snow is pretty and I don’t even mind being stuck at home because of too much snow. However, there is an impact on this much snow… for those of us whose jobs pay them by the hour, missing work hurts financially. I already missed one day ($80 I will never see again)of work (I work part time due to health reasons). But if I get snow bound again, (an elderly neighbor dug us out yesterday with his bobcat, even with the bobcat it took him about 45 minutes and he knows what he is doing with it, our driveway is just that long) it will affect my ability to pay bills. My youngest is also worried about her paycheck as her two jobs also pay by the hour. At least with the lower paying job it is something she can telecommute and do. The husband can also telecommute but the eldest can’t as she works at St. Luke’s so I worry about her having to drive to the Plaza for work in bad weather. So I guess I will just have to stop stressing (yea right) and just go with the flow and hope everything gets paid and everyone stays safe.

    • HeatMiser

      That’s a bummer. We need to get you a job with the state so that when it gets bad, you get paid to stay home. I work for KU and bascially got two free “vacation days” last week.

  • stl78

    sorry to hear that weatherfreak. I hope this new storm does not affect you to heavily!

  • HeatMiser

    Looks liker several other competitors news channels are predicting 6+ inch, near blizzard like conditions for Monday and Tuesday…they are showing more confidence in the forecast.

  • HeatMiser

    Accuweather forecast for Lawrence:

    A snowstorm from tomorrow evening into late Monday night with blizzard conditions Monday night and will accumulate 6-10 inches

  • Skylar

    The new NAM is showing over 2 feet of snow in central Kansas! The snowfall maps for us will be finished in a few minutes.

  • AFPILOTWXJUNKIE

    Baton down the hatches people…this one looks like the real deal again..

    “http://mag.ncep.noaa.gov/Image.php?model=nam&area=namer&param=1000_500_thick&cycle=12&image=nam%2F12%2Fnam_namer_060_1000_500_thick.gif”

  • kellyinkc

    Holy Moly!!! Better go get more gas for the Toro!

  • cycloneman

    That Nam model is looking EPIC.