Kansas City Is On The Edge Of The Weekend Storm

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Good morning bloggers,

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While Kansas City has gone from the 80s to a freeze, and another storm is approaching, other city’s like Denver, CO has gone from 80° to 10″ of snow.  This weather pattern is fascinating, and we are about to begin the fifth LRC cycle.  In my video I say cycle 6, and then catch myself as I think out loud and it is the end of cycle 4 and the beginning of cycle 5 of this fascinating weather pattern:

Today’s Video:

As discussed in the video, KC is on the edge of this next storm, and the beginning of cycle 5 happens near the end of next week. Have a great day!

Gary

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f00dl3
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f00dl3

Now it looks like we won’t even get any rain at all less snow…

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Heat Miser
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Heat Miser

SNOWMAGEDON….BANK ON IT!!!!

Rodney
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Rodney

Yes bring it. ❄️❄️❄️

Rodney (Ashland, MO)

Emaw
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Emaw

Snow blog.

Rodney
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Rodney

Euro shifted SE with 2-4” of snow across the heart of central MO. Still hope for find brief accumulations in my area just south of Columbia.

https://weather.us/model-charts/euro/usa/snow-depth-in/20190415-0000z.html

Rodney (Ashland, MO)

Curtis
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Curtis

Any snow talk for this weekend continues to be wishcasting.

EastOfEden
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EastOfEden

Euro continues its march east. Nowhere even near KC now.

Rodney
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Rodney

I hope it nudges just a hair more to the south east since I am in Boone County just south of Columbia .
I’m wondering if I’m going to be in a good spot because it is showing on the euro 4 inches for Columbia but a sharp drop off on the south east side as you approach Jefferson City. Since I love snow I just may have to take a short road trip to witness this if in fact the trends for being just cold enough for accumulating snow continue.

Rodney (Ashland, MO)

f00dl3
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f00dl3

Well it was the St Louis storm.

EastOfEden
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EastOfEden

It hit northwest of us in February!

Mike H
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Mike H

I was in Denver yesterday, they might’ve gotten 4 inches. Now in Vail on the other hand, they had about 2 feet on the wind loaded side of the back bowls. Officially reported 13 inches over 48 hours.

Heat Miser
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Heat Miser

Thats weird, I heard they got ten inches

BRANDON
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BRANDON

Alot melted on contact in Denver

Michael Casteel
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Michael Casteel

I know April Showers bring May flowers, but I have only recorded moisture twice up here in Maryville. Been pretty quiet. I have only .20″ of rain over two events this month. I get the feeling that the back half of April might get wet! Have a great weekend bloggers!
Michael

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f00dl3
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f00dl3

EURO looks a lot like the NAM but just a tad further east, 8″+ in Sedalia 4-8 just east of KC.

https://weather.us/model-charts/euro/missouri/snow-depth-in/20190414-1700z.html

Rodney
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Rodney

Columbia in the 4”+. Bring on the heavy wet snow!! ❄️❄️❄️

Rodney (Ashland, MO)

f00dl3
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Latest NAM has over a foot of snow just east of the city :O

Matt Maisch
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Matt Maisch

This would really be remarkable.

EastOfEden
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EastOfEden

For this weekend: NAM and ECMWF seem to be converging…NAM has shifted northwest and picked snow totals back up.

EastOfEden
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EastOfEden

FV3’s got a really crazy storm for the 18th. Apparently strong enough to pull snow all the way around to the south side of it. Impressive!

I just can’t stop seeing that same storm shape in every model run that shows snow:
(second photo is snow depth, May 3 2013)
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This thing might even shift south. All the past blizzard iterations have.

REAL HUMEDUDE
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REAL HUMEDUDE

They did when it was late fall and winter. We know that same thing wont happen now that we are in mid-Spring, I wouldn’t rule out a snow/rain mix. Remember how just yesterday NAM had us with 4″?

Josh
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Jobu
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Jobu

Can you post a map of snow depth from the big storm from this week? I know some forecasts were saying 2 feet plus of snow, it would be interesting to know if that happened.

Hockeynut69
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Hockeynut69

Happy Friday everyone! Sun is shining and spring is here. Still cool but we are turning the corner

thetophat
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thetophat

Don’t tell that to the snow crazies……….watch as they post snow maps for JUNE this year. 🙁

EastOfEden
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EastOfEden

Even though it’s technically meteorologically possible…I think we’ll manage to refrain from that, lol.

Besides, I think I’m the only one left on here. It’s a blog of heat crazies now.

Dyl
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Dyl

But, but, I’m certainly not a heat crazy, infact, I’ve been cheering on 4+ inches of heavy wet snow this weekend.