Good morning bloggers,
The weather pattern is cycling regularly. There is organization to the chaos in the river of air above us within the troposphere. You can read more about what Weather2020 has been doing over the past two decades in this article: Meteorological Technology International Magazine Go to page 72! There was a GFS model run that came out with a major hurricane developing over the Gulf of Mexico and blasting Texas. We are confident that model run was wrong, and of course the next model run came out with no storm. Weather2020 has showcased the predictions of Gordon, Michael, Florence, Alberto, Harvey, Irma, and Maria in the past two years. We predicted this season to be quieter, and we still think that there will be a developing system in the Gulf of Mexico around September 10-18, and others over the Atlantic mostly curving off the east coast. So, pay attention to the next three weeks.
Weather2020 Prediction For The Next 40 Days:
How much rain do you think will fall between now and the first day of fall, which is September 23rd? The same pattern that set up last fall will continue until right around that date, and then a massive transition takes place between September 23rd and October 7th. In those two weeks the new LRC will set up. So, let’s have another challenge. I am predicting 150 to 200 percent of average rainfall. Kansas City averages around 5.5 inches of rain between now and September 23: So my prediction is for somewhere between 8.25″ and 11.00″ of rain to fall at KCI Airport. Post your prediction in this blog entry and we will take on this challenge!
Did you see this cloud last night?
Andrew Donigan sent this picture in to us at 41 Action News last night. What do you see in this picture? This was a cumulonimbus cloud at around 7:15 PM that formed and dissipated in around 30 minutes. While it was developing it appears to form a face. We got all kinds of responses including this one:
I work with Steven St. John on Sports Radio 810 WHB every morning, although I won’t be on today, since I have a meeting. Conrad tweeted this creation out last night.
The next seven days or so will pose more chances as northwest flow aloft continues. The main anticyclones, that are supposed to be over land at the hottest time of the year, are over the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean. This should be a wet pattern, and there is a 100% chance that there will be quite a few complexes of thunderstorms in the next week. Will they all miss KC? Let’s see how it sets up.
Thank you for sharing in this weather experience. Have a great day!!!! I am in meetings all morning, so I won’t be available for a few hours.