Good morning bloggers,
A series of Arctic fronts will be tracking across the northeastern half of the United States during the next week. Here is one of the fronts on our doorstep as of 7 AM:
There is a band of clouds and snow showers north of the front. A few snowflakes may fall later today. A fast moving disturbance aloft will be associated with each cold surge, and we will be monitoring these closely for any snow or mixture of precipitation during this next week. The strongest disturbance, that may produce a little snow in Kansas City, will track across the nation around next Wednesday-Thursday. The GFS and Euro models have a ridiculously cold outbreak as the Arctic blast of 2019 potentially arrives as you can see below:
This would be a record breaking cold air mass, if it is indeed this strong. The models have been hinting at this for the past couple of weeks, and conditions are becoming favorable for this to be unleashed and blast south. We will discuss this as the new data comes in.
It has now snowed on 22 days including the earliest measurable snowfall in Kansas City’s recorded history October 14th:
There are some locations in the KC metro area that are up to 25″ of snow already this season. How much snow do you have for the season thus far? Let us know on the Weather2020 blog by clicking here:
This magazine was published yesterday. Here is the link to the article: Blogger Local
Have a great day! Bundle up!