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A band of afternoon thunderstorms & Dennis
Hurricane Dennis moved inland Sunday just east of Pensacola, Florida. I was hoping for a northwest turn, but instead Dennis turned due north. A northwest turn would have brought the rain into Kansas City by tonight, but now we are in an area of subsiding air on the periphery of the tropical system. This should help up rise to 90 or higher the next two days, then cool off slightly before getting even hotter this weekend. Our next cold front is likely around Monday of next week. Hopefully this will bring us some rain.
Above is Live Triple Action Doppler from 3:45 PM this afternoon showing the thundertorms along and south of I-35 just south of Olathe. These are rotating around the tropical system.
Posted by at July 11, 2005 4:01 PM
So are we looking at any rain for tonight?
No rain for tonight! There may be an isolated thunderstorm any day this week, but the next chance of widespread rainfall is next week.
Posted by: Angie at July 11, 2005 4:20 PM
Glad to see Windy enjoying her custard.
She loves the custard! Maybe I should let her enjoy one more often, a little doggy cone.
Posted by: Diane Kelly at July 12, 2005 8:46 AM