2805, 2017

3 Tornado Reports In Yesterdays Outbreak

By | May 28th, 2017|0 Comments

Good morning bloggers,

On March 1, 2017 we made the Hot Spot Forecast for where the most likely location for the worst of the severe weather for the up coming season. We use the cycling weather pattern as described by the […]

2605, 2017

Another Difficult Severe Weather Forecast

By | May 26th, 2017|12 Comments

Good morning bloggers,

There is a risk of severe thunderstorms on Saturday. We will be monitoring this closely and if anything does form our weather team will be tracking any severe weather risks as they threaten where you live. Summer is […]

1305, 2017

Looking Into Early Next Week

By | May 13th, 2017|6 Comments

Good Saturday afternoon bloggers,

The weather pattern is going to be active next week. The best chance of major severe weather is later in the week. The chances begin, however, around Monday way out west. And, then here is the set […]

Look At The Thunderstorms NOT modeled

Good late evening bloggers,

The NAM model came out with a very “bad” solution with extreme severe weather near KC Saturday around 7 PM. This same model, however, is modeling NOTHING where these thunderstorms are located at 9 PM:

By | May 26th, 2017|13 Comments

Holiday Weekend Severe Weather Risks

Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Holiday Weather Time-Line:

  • Today: An absolutely gorgeous day. High: 76° with a south breeze around 15 mph
  • Tonight: A 10% chance of a thunderstorm around 4 AM. So, this likely means it will be dry in […]
By | May 25th, 2017|21 Comments

A Strong Disturbance Moves South From Canada

Good morning bloggers,

It is a stormy morning over the southeastern United States with wide spread rain and a few thunderstorms. Farther west, there is a band of light rain showers moving across the Kansas/Missouri border as a disturbance moves through. […]

By | May 23rd, 2017|21 Comments

A Quiet Day Compared To Six Years Ago

Good morning bloggers,

Six years ago today was one of the worst tornado days in our weather history.  Joplin Missouri was blasted by an EF-5 tornado that killed 158 people and produced a $2.8 billion disaster.  The wind speeds in that […]

By | May 22nd, 2017|15 Comments

A Developing Cold Front & Clipper System

Good morning bloggers,

Kansas City Weather Time-Line (Looking into Memorial Day weekend):

  • Today:  A gorgeous day as we are in the circulation around the big storm moving into Canada.  In winter this would have been a colder breezy day. The May […]
By | May 21st, 2017|12 Comments

Open Your Mind To This LRC Example

Good Saturday morning bloggers,

I am sitting here listening to my new Super CD this morning and doing an analysis of the LRC. Coldplay and the Chainsmokers combined to have this huge hit, “Something Like This”.  Let’s look at something just […]

By | May 20th, 2017|14 Comments

The Strong Storm Approaches

Good evening bloggers,

This is Jeff Penner with an update:

We have been tracking two storm systems this week with the first one now in eastern Canada.  This was the system from Wednesday that a Tornado Watch was issued, now we are […]

By | May 18th, 2017|11 Comments