Good morning bloggers,
As discussed in yesterday’s blog, Kansas City is far from alone on getting missed over and over again. The frustrations mount when a storm approaches and is so close, and then it leaves us in the dust. That is what will most likely happen on Thursday. Take a look:
This is the NAM model surface forecast valid at 6 AM Thursday. I will be back in KC Thursday experience another miss. And, look how close it is to KC, to Maryville, MO. Maryville, MO may be miles from missing this one. A strong cold front will move through Thursday morning. There is a chance of thunderstorms as the surface low passes by to the northwest early Thursday morning around 3 AM, but by 6 AM you can see the low in northeastern Iowa. There is a warm sector to this storm over Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana. In the spring months this setup will likely produce a significant severe weather outbreak. It can happen during the winter as well if more warm and moist air was available, and this may be the case by Friday as you can see below with the fully formed cyclone:
The area of snow coming in from the northwest will be monitored closely, but KC is placed perfectly to most likely get missed again. It is difficult to have to always try to explain misses, but we don’t have a choice do we? For areas out east, my goodness, it is another exciting storm.
Snowfall Forecast From This Morning’s NAM Model:
Remember, Dodge City and Amarillo are still sitting at no snow for the season. The far back edge of this system may clip Dodge City, but it appears, Amarillo will get missed once again. Have a great day. I am presenting tomorrow morning (Wednesday morning) at the conference. Thank you for your great comments on why this blog is successful. I am using a few of them in my presentation. Have a great day. The blog will be rather late tomorrow, so please be patient.
Take a look at this:
Look at the system off of the Florida west coast over the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. This is what is left of the system that brought KC rain on Sunday. It is now over the Gulf of Mexico. Now, look at this:
This is day 1 or day 2 of this years LRC. LRC Cycle 1, day 1! Hurricane Nate was forming in the Gulf of Mexico. Remember, Weather2020 actually predicted Hurricane Harvey 55 days before it formed right here in the blog. How? This is how! There is a very good chance of a hurricane around September 1st right near this location.
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