….some severe weather risks showing up. They are likely going to be weak set-ups for early April. Today's risk is located in a very small area of southwestern Oklahoma into northwestern Texas.
We hope everyone had a great weekend. At KSHB-TV, and I will be blogging over there later this morning, we have some exciting things going on. We are debuting our new computer system on Wednesday night. It is a different system than the one I have been
This radar image, from 12:40 AM, says it all! A band of late March snow just northeast of KC? If you live in Chicago, Boston, New York City, or Erie Pennsylvania, you will not really know what I am talking about. Look at that band of snow, and it is not much. It is just 50 miles northeast and east of KC. Did it come in from the west? No!
Winter and spring are going to have a battle tonight into the first part of the weekend. To get a big storm in this annual seasonal battle you would like to see the tremendous temperature contrast oriented from north to south, and not east to west. This battle is from east to west
After a very quiet beginning to severe weather season, we had an active day on Wednesday. A surface low was near Oklahoma City during the early evening hours and
We are now moving into our final seven days of March and the pattern is cycling according to the LRC, so what's next? What we have called the cold phase of this year's pattern is going to return during the next two weeks
There are two storm systems we are tracking today. The lead storm system has an upper level center that can be seen if you look closely at today's satellite pictures. It was located over Colorado as it was moving out over the Rocky Mountains as of 7 AM this morning. You can also see a small MCS, the first Mesoscale Convective System of the season
Welcome to the LRC Forecast Experience blog. Severe weather season has gotten off to a very quiet start, but there are risks showing up in the next three days:
There is a surge of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico heading north, and by late Tuesday into Wednesday some severe weather is possible farther east. A strong warm front is now forecast to develop by Monday nigh
Welcome to the LRC Forecast Experience Blog. It's Friday, March 20, 2015 and today is going to be the first day of spring which begins at 5:45 PM Central time, or 3:45 PM where I am out here in Palm Springs, Pacific time. It is called the spring or vernal equinox. The word equinox comes