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A RECORD HIGH!
HIGH: 66 (NEW RECORD!)
WOW!! Do you believe it was 66 degrees on January 15th?? That is crazy... and a new record high for this date! What a mild month so far! We have now had 25 days in a row of above normal temperatures!
I wanted to share a cool viewer picture with you! This is the full moon I blogged about yesterday:
Curtis Olinger from Lenexa, KS took this from his own backyard... great shot, Curtis! :) Thanks for sending it in!
As for our Monday/Tuesday storm... it just looks like it is not coming together for us. There is energy to our north... and energy to our south... but just nothing HERE. The southern vort might produce some rain/snow over souteastern Missouri...
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It is still something to watch... but right now... not looking good. Something interesting is showing up on the models though... the end-of-the-week storm is one to watch! Gary and Brett will be tracking this during the week!
I am actually going to the Big Apple for a few days! I am very excited, as I have never been to New York! My husband is a photographer, so you can bet I will share some vacation photos when we get back. The hardest part about the trip... is leaving our little puppy, Mags, behind. But she is in good hands... Gary is dog-sitting for us!! :) I just hope she doesn't forget who we are...
Posted by at January 15, 2006 8:53 PM
Hi just want to say you guys are awesome at predicting the weather as they say you are the most accurate and I agree with them by the way I'm sure your puppy is in good hands with gary,also does it look like we will see alot of snow on friday night or saturday, its getting dry we could use some more moisture soon
Thanks so much for writing, and for your nice comments! I know Mags will be ok... it is just SO sad for me to think about not seeing her every day! :( Well, at least it's only for a FEW days, and not a whole week!
But, yes, by the end of this week there is an interesting storm to track. A lot could change by then... but we have added some snow in the forecast for late Friday. Stay tuned as we go through the week!
Posted by: Jeremy McWhirt at January 15, 2006 9:35 PM
Im sure Mags will be fine. Gary will take good care of her. Enjoy your time in New York City!!! I'll be looking foward to your photos. I hear there is a lot of stuff to do in New York. Enjoy your time in the Big Apple!!! :)
John Moon III
Posted by: John Moon III at January 15, 2006 10:36 PM
Wondering if you could clarify this statement of 26 days above normal. Are you referring to high temperatures, daytime normals, nighttime normals?? To be honest, our string of above normal days ended on the 10th of January when Kansas City only reached a high of 34 degrees (normal was 35 or 36). Just wanted some clarification! Thanks!
Posted by: Jarrod at January 16, 2006 12:38 AM
this weather is asome because if is not going to snow it might as well be worm infact we went on a walk on sunday evening and many trees already are buding out
Posted by: Tayler at January 16, 2006 8:56 AM
If you had to predict how much snow we would on fri night/sat, how much would you say? Also i was looking at some computer models, and they are suggesting a big snowstorm around wednesday of next week! what do you think of this. You were right when you said the end of the month we would would get more active.
Posted by: Andy at January 16, 2006 2:34 PM
Hey, was just wondering about the storm for friday and saturday morning is it starting to look more impressive and will Appleton City see and winter precip from this. Thanks you guys are the best.
We are tracking the storm. Right now it looks like it is going north. Hopefully we will get a slightly further south track.
Posted by: Daniel at January 16, 2006 4:24 PM
Don't worry! If there's one thing I've learned from being a dog owner, no matter how long you're gone, they always, always remember you! In fact, it seems like the longer you're gone, the more RPM's in their spinning tail. =)
Mags is keeping 16 year old Windy awake. Windy wants her nap.
Posted by: Marlina at January 16, 2006 7:21 PM