Good morning bloggers,
The drought ended over most of the western half of Kansas this summer down to Amarillo. This is pretty amazing when you think how dry it was out there as we moved into the late spring months. Thunderstorm complexes tracked repeatedly over that region, and somehow the drought expanded and worsened farther east near Kansas City. It has been one of the more frustrating weather patterns to describe. The good news: A new pattern will set up in less than two weeks, uh I mean months.
The risk of severe weather today will be shifting over the northeastern USA:
Today’s Weather Video:
The European Model, that had KC in the heavy rain, has also shifted away. Maybe something different will happen Sunday night into Monday, but we have been through this every single time from our winter storms, to our spring storms, and now through our summer storms. There have been so many chances.
Have a great day!