Severe weather erupts over southeast Kansas City

Good Tuesday evening bloggers,

What is today’s date? We are going into March like a lion, but it will be tamed and be more like a lamb very soon. ┬áHere is the line of thunderstorms that formed over the south and southeast part of the KC metro area. Some spots had hail and others heavy rain, while most areas stayed dry once again:


These thunderstorms were forming on a cold front that has now moved through and the thunderstorms are moving away. Here is that front as of 8:20 PM:


It has been very dry and as we move through spring we will definitely see some rain here and there, but overall the dry weather pattern is likely going to continue. We debuted our new 41 Action News Storm Tracker tonight:


This is a storm tracking machine with the best equipment to be a severe weather mobile unit that will be able to provide us with great data from the field. We debuted it tonight with our 360 degree camera. It was incredible. Hopefully we won’t have any tornadoes in our area but if the weather threatens we will be all over it with our chase teams and this great new tool.

Have a great middle of the week.


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