Clouds, Weekend Forecast, Severe Weather Next Week

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Good morning Weather2020 bloggers,

Here on the south side of KC it was clear with 100% sunshine at 7 AM.  Unfortunately it is about to become 100% cloudy.  This is called the 2-4  (2 minus 4) satellite picture on Real Time Weather. During the night time hours it allows you to see the low clouds quite well. Take a look:

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It may be sunny on the south side of KC without a hint of a cloud, but this is about to change. This 2 minus 4 satellite picture pics up the IR reflectance and allows us to see the warmer cloud tops as compared to the cooler ground temperatures.  The clouds should move in and then move out by later today.

By Sunday, there is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms near KC later in the day. As discussed yesterday, there are still a lot of questions about Sunday, but the chance of severe weather will increase Monday or Tuesday.

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Have a great Friday. We will look into next week’s set-ups later on!

Gary

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Well, MMIKE might be right after all! Check out this prediction form NCEP, targeting our area for heavy rain next week.

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/threats/hazards_d3_7_contours.png

brooke
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Go MMike! We deserve an itoldaso.

Terry
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Hey Gary I was just wondering are we looking at any tornadoes possibility with weeks weather set up ?

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Snow?

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Terry – Check out TWC , they are going crazy with their torcon’s for next week. Calling Tuesday/Wednesday , Medium to High confidence of Tornado outbreak in Plains region. All the players will be there, surging moisture, lifting warm front, instability. So we know Oklahoma will be blasted as usual, but where else SVR THDSTMs develop this far out is guess work at best. Also, Sunday PM threat seems to be waning away to areas to our well to the west with weakening storms rolling our way after dark likely falling apart. PS – hearing word of Morels popping up… Read more »

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A nice spring thunderstorm would be nice. Next week looks very interesting…can’t wait!

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I noticed that line on my way to work a short while ago. It was sunny in Lee’s Summit, but when I got to Independence it was suddenly cloudy.