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Severe Weather, Snow and Michael

Good Tuesday night bloggers,

The weather is quite active across the USA as we are tracking a big storm system now moving out of the Rockies and a category 3 hurricane.

At 4 PM there was a large Tornado Watch in effect, but luckily no warnings.

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The line of thunderstorms that moved through KC between 4 PM and 5 PM ends the severe threat as it tracks across your location. Snow is falling across northwest Kansas, northeast Colorado and western Nebraska.  What a fall storm!

We will see periods of rain through the night as it tracks north behind the line in association with the main storm lifting out of the Rockies.

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Here is the latest on Michael. It looks like Michael will enter the Florida panhandle as a category 3 around 1 PM Wednesday. It will likely enter between Panama City and Fort Walton beach.

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Now lets get to the forecast.

WEDNESDAY MORNING: The cold front will be moving by and we will see temperatures drop to around 50°. A shower may be lingering early in the morning.

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Snow will be flying across the northern Plains as our rain comes to an end.

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While snow is flying in the northern Plains, hurricane Michael will be nearing the Florida panhandle.

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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON: It will be breezy, dry and cool with a mostly cloudy sky around here. Micheal will be slamming the Florida panhandle.

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THURSDAY: This will be the nicest day of the week as a smaller system in the Rockies heads our way for Friday. Friday may see light rain and highs in the 40s.

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Have a great night and Wednesday.

Jeff Penner

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