Good morning bloggers,
A cold front is on the doorstep this morning. If you live in KC, we are near the front now, and it is nearly stationary. It will likely not move much today and it will be the focus for heavy thunderstorms tonight:
Notice how the winds are out of the east-northeast north of the front. This shows that there is no push to the front, and it will wait until this evening to really begin moving. The front will likely light up with thunderstorms around sunset. So, where it is located will be critical to who gets these thunderstorms. Right now it appears it will be near the south side of the KC metro area. Let’s monitor it as we move through the day.
Sunday Night Football is in Kansas City on NBC, and we will be having a post game hour long special. By the end of the game it will be in the 50s and you will likely need a light coat. The atmosphere will be incredible as the Chiefs try to stay undefeated.
The LRC is the center piece of the big atmospheric puzzle:
The new LRC has not started and we are in the dying days of last years pattern. The new pattern begins right around kickoff of the Chiefs/Indy game at Arrowhead.
September Stats In KC:
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Have a great day, and thank you for sharing in this weather experience.