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Thunderstorms Approaching Tuesday Night

Good late evening or early morning bloggers,

6:50 aM Update:  The thunderstorms did end up falling apart, but after they produced a few heavy downpours.  St. Joseph, MO finally had one of the better thunderstorms with over an inch reported.  Other areas were hit and miss, including my place in Overland Park that only received 0.17″.

I have a doctors appointment early on Wednesday, so I will be very late blogging today, or wait until Thursday.  The weather pattern is just fascinating right now. This is the forecast active period from May 28-June 3, and it has been producing across the plains the past few days.  The set up for Saturday has my attention, but before then we have this area of thunderstorms approaching tonight. Will they hold together? And, then there is a disturbance that will track across Thursday.

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As you can see, St. Joseph really needs the rain. The drought extends from northern Missouri southwest to Amarillo. Recent rains have been chipping away at the drought area a bit.  Let’s track tonight’s thunderstorms into our area and see if they hold together.  Here was the radar at just before 9:30 PM.

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The storm on Thursday has many different solutions. The storm on Saturday also is all over the place. The one on Saturday has the potential for a significant severe weather outbreak. This week is directly related to the part of the LRC that cycled through from Aprils 12th through 16th.  So, let’s watch that Saturday set up closely.  The latest trend is for some capping to influence our area Saturday.Here is another update with a track. It appears to me that these will hold together:

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Have a great night or early morning, and I will check in later in the day after my appointments.  Thank you for sharing in this weather experience featuring Weather2020 and the LRC.

Gary

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