The pattern is pretty scary on this halloween as there are a lot of tricks and not so many treats. In the past few days there was another excessive rain even over the deep south into Texas, and some rain made it to Kansas City, but again rainfall amounts were lower farther north. What is going on with this "scary" pattern......
The weather pattern continues to evolve, and some rather interesting developments need to be paid very close attention to in the next week to ten days.
We hope you are having a great start to Thursday. We have made it to October 29th. Hurricane Sandy made landfall in the United States about 8 p.m. EDT Oct. 29, 2012 or three years ago today, striking near Atlantic City, N.J., with winds of 80 mph. This super-storm became part of the overall weather pattern that repeated that year every 50 to 54 days. In the 2012-2013 winter the LRC Cycle length was in that 50-54 day range.
After an over five hour World Series game one. where the Kansas City Royals beat the New York Mets in 14 innings 5-4, I am barely awake. I am now heading to bed at 1 AM. The weather looks much better on Wednesday.
The latest trend in radar and the models is for yet another rather light rain event for the Kansas City metro area. Only 0.15" has fallen at KCI airport in the past 39 days since September 19th. And, today's rain appears to be, once again, rather light. So, will they play game 1 of the World Series tonight or not?
The weather pattern is continuing to evolve right before our eyes. According to the LRC, the pattern sets up between October 1st and November 10th. The most critical three weeks are from October 15th to November 5th, and we are right down the middle of this setting up period now.
Welcome to the LRC Forecast Experience blog. We have another tough forecast problem. Our weather team at 41 Action News, www.kshb.com, is the meteorologist for the Kansas City Royals. This year we have made 87 forecasts up on the big screen at Kauffman Stadium, and there have been many days with weather issues.
Here in Kansas City it is a day to celebrate, but the work isn't done for these Kansas City Royals. The Royals beat the Blue Jays last night and they will take on the New York Mets in the World Series beginning in KC Tuesday. I will finish this blog entry later this morning.
Major hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean! Some of the warmest water near the equator ever recorded! And, the weather pattern is now being influenced by El Niño. However, and this is very important, the LRC is the centerpiece of the […]
There are two strong to major hurricanes in progress right now over the Pacific Ocean. Olof and Patricia are churning over the warm tropical Pacific Ocean. Hurricane Patricia blew up, intensifying rapidly and quickly became a category 5 hurricane. Olaf has winds of 110 mph sustained near it's center, but fortunately it will be tracking west of the Hawaiian Islands