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There was talk of rain as the week began. Computer projections painted a wide swath of two inches of rain for our area between last Monday and this upcoming weekend. This guidance took us down a path of repeated rainfall that promised to keep the rivers and streams bursting at their seams. Read more

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This will be a quick blog that relies heavy on graphics to get the message across. Hopefully I can add some context to give some meaning to the graphics. Don’t be afraid to share this outlook as it’s always good to give our friends a heads up when a potential severe weather set up is taking place. Read more

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Severe weather season, so far, is kind of quiet, but it could ramp up in a hurry this weekend. Cooler than average temperatures and a lack of humidity have kept a lid on strong storms around Kansas City. Read more

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There is little doubt this will be a busy weather week across the Kansas City area. High winds, hail, deadly lightning, tornadoes and flash flooding will all be possible and it all starts tonight! Read more

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We are tracking storms for Wednesday evening, and the risk some storms could be severe with large hail and damaging winds. The best timeline for storms looks to be after sunset heading into the 10 p.m. Wednesday. Read more

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There was a lot of talk earlier this week about another round of winter weather headed for the Kansas City metro. Well, you can throw that all out with the garbage because it’s not going to snow in KC tonight. It might not even rain!  Read more

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Looks like we made it through Winter, right? This is the final week of February and things have got to change, right? Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like much will change when we flip the calendar to March.  Read more

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We  are still tracking a potential Winter storm for Friday night and Saturday.  I say potential because a lot remains unclear about this storm. Mainly the types and amounts of precipitation that we could see this weekend.  So where was the storm at the time I wrote this blog late Wednesday afternoon?  Here is a recent satellite snapshot of the system. Read more

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Monday’s balmy weather has some people asking “Where’s winter?” In the latest StormTrack5 Weather Blog, Brett Anthony explains the warm temperatures could be due to El Niño. Read more

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