Good morning bloggers,
This picture was taken by Trent Turner in Lawrence, KS around 7 AM:
This will be a quick blog as we track these thunderstorms this morning. When I was on the air last night we were tracking these thunderstorms:
These thunderstorms were just beginning to organized into a complex of thunderstorms. If they form into an MCS (Mesoscale Convective System), then there is a better chance it will hold together as it approaches.
I timed it out to arrive from early to mid-morning on Wednesday. Let’s see where this goes.
6:15 AM Update:
Here is the 6:15 AM Radar above, and the 7 AM Radar below:
The thunderstorms were moving into the KC metro area between 7 and 8 AM. There is a northeast cut-off, but this one seems to be heading right into the city. I will post the 8 AM radar below:
Well, we got one! Finally! This may have broken the ice, as there are a few more good chances beginning with later tonight:
Now, before you panic up north, there are other chances after Thursday’s that target northern Missouri. Right now, I am going to concentrate on tonight’s into Thursday’s set up. It will be 100° this afternoon over parts of northwest Kansas. The potential for another 10″ rainfall is moderate to high once again just west of the state line. Kansas City may be in the 1 to 3 inch zone, or this could shift around a bit. I will discuss on 41 Action News tonight!
Thank you for spending a few minutes reading the blog and sharing in this weather experience.