The LRC & This Week: Major Impacts On The Eastern States Again!

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Long Range Forecast Of The Week:  

Late Cold Outbreak likely near the end of the month into the first week of April!  This has been in the forecast for 100 days already! This will impact the opening week of Major League Baseball! It’s the part of the weather pattern that produced the brief warm-up on Super Bowl Sunday across the east, and this will happen again, but it will be followed up by an Arctic blast! A storm is going to move across the Pacific Northwest coast.  We are currently near the end of the third cycle of this year’s LRC, and we will be moving into the fourth cycle soon as the Super Bowl part of the weather pattern cycles back through in a few weeks.

Good morning Weather2020 fans,

A storm is about to form and impact the eastern third of the nation again. The weather pattern continues to cycle, according to the LRC, and as this storm evolves and intensifies, as it moves into the Mississippi River Valley and the strengthens near the east coast, it will have some significant impacts.  I live in Kansas City, and the impact here will be more in the positive direction for most of us who experience the weather on earth. Personally, I would love to be near the east coast as we have known this storm was going to impact you around March 12th for months now. This is just one of so many storm systems to impact these areas. While farther west, Kansas City has more often been near the development area of these storm systems, and this is going to happen again in the next two days.

Weather2020, LLC has been describing this weather pattern, with dozens of examples now, as a 56 to 58 day cycle. This is how Weather2020 made an accurate weather forecast for the Super Bowl in East Rutherford, NJ.  Click on the business tab for the press release and the verification.  Yes, the forecasts can be rather specific even 50 days out. Just look at what is happening today in Kansas City:

LRC TEMP VERIFICATION

The energy from this next storm is coming on shore today. Look back 114 days ago, or exactly to 57 day cycles prior to today:

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And, also look back 57 days ago on January 12th. Do you really think it is a coincidence. And, we made an accurate prediction for this week on our Weather2020 app, as you can see in yesterday’s blog entry:

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A storm is cross the west coast this morning and it will drop into the northern Rocky Mountain states before going through a transition, and then intensifying over the eastern states later in the week.  Here is  a look at the energy coming in now, and you can see how similar it is to the previous LRC cycles:

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Have a great day. Let’s see how this storm intensifies as it heads into the mean eastern trough that has been so dominant this year. For more information go check out the Action Weather Blog at www.weatherblog.KSHB.com.

Gary Lezak

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Jim
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Jim

Gary, One more question. Do you have any idea what country you live in? As some one who appears on television you should have some background in journalism. Censorship is a dangerous thing. I thought the other website was run by KSHB and welcomed a diversity of opinion. I thought it was a public forum. Obviously it is not. Removing my comments simply because they are critical of your forecasts is ridiculous. I put up with attacks and name calling from your following for weeks without complaint. Anyone on that site who disagrees can simply ignore or not even read… Read more »

Mike
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Mike

Jim.

When you pick apart a forecast like you did today, that is trolling. There was no reason to voice anything negative about last night’s forecast. However, you picked it apart. Called it hyping, attention grabber, whatever. That’s trolling, no question about it. Let’s put away the talk that it is a different opinion. That’s BS and you know it.

PaolaWeatherNewbie
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PaolaWeatherNewbie

Had some hail here in Paola about 8:30 last night. A few sprinkles came around with it. Everything seemed to basically go just north of here.

Where my family is from, up in Michigan, seems to be getting tons of snow from the northern part of this system. They’ve been getting hammered with the white stuff. They don’t want anymore either! They are going to be getting so flooded out this spring when it all finally melts off.

BIGMIKE
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BIGMIKE

so when is the next good chance for moisture
rain or snow dont matter we need it

Nick St. Joe
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Nick St. Joe

Ae finally did have a few big flakes as I was going to bed last night 😀

Mr. Pete
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Mr. Pete

Here in prairie village kansas it’s been an interesting night. I was reading a magazine on the deck at 5:30 and it was beautiful. Then the winds came. Then some rain and lightening and thunder! By 8PM it had dropped 40 degrees with rain and sleet and snow! Now at 11 pm super windy and snow!!!

Nick St. Joe
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Nick St. Joe

Just an update from St. Joe, I am still receiving light rain as of 9:12 pm despite the report at Rosecranes

sam hill
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sam hill

Gary I would like a forecast as to when you think our last hard freeze will be. Using the “LRC” I would think you would be able to tell us that. Also why haven’t you put out an opening day forecast for the “K”. I’m a little confused as to your explanantion to yewtrees. You said it’s up to the forecaster to make the forecast and yet if you looked at the pattern that produced storms prior to today then why wouldn’t it produce the same results. The definition of a pattern would suggest this conclusion. Is the word pattern… Read more »

Concerned mom
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Concerned mom

The storm at the end of march should also impact lots of kids as they head back to school after spring break.

yewtrees
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yewtrees

Gary. First, if the pattern today is related to Jan 12 as you described above, why did we have dry and sunny skies over the weekend when we had storms prior to Jan 12–to be exact Jan 9-11?

Second, after Jan 12, the temp was cooled down the entire week (Jan 13-17). But, the temps forecasted for this week (March 11-15) will be in the 60s and 70s except Wed (March 12). If the pattern is related to the Jan 12, aren’t we supposed to have colder temps the rest of the week after today??

Mr. Pete
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Mr. Pete

Gary – what is the EOI for today in KC?