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It's been another nice day weather-wise! Highs have been in the mid 80s across the area, and once again... dew points were rather low, so we didn't have to worry about any mugginess! (Is that a word??) ;)
Gary is LIVE tonight at Barney Allis Plaza... for the Explorers opening match! What a great evening for tennis! I am a pretty big tennis fan... the sport runs in my family. I have been addicted to Wimbledon this week, and cannot wait to go to an Explorers match!
Anyway, we should see slightly warmer temperatures as we head into the weekend. There may be a few spotty thunderstorms around early Sunday as a weak cold front washes out over the area.
AND our rain chances from the upper wave are still showing up (see Gary's blogs below). The timing has changed, as it is now looking like it will be Monday into Tuesday. Here it is on this afternoon's NAM:
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I have had a few requests to post the warning forecast game again, so here it is... have fun!
NWS HOT SEAT WARNING SIMULATOR
Have a great evening, see you over the weekend!
Posted by at July 7, 2006 5:08 PM
I guess I like 30% for Mon/Tues as it still looks like it will head south of us. And from what I can tell this year, if the vort max isn't just on top of KC, we get isolated storms at best..and with this year's stubborn cap, I can't see must more than that. I do like rain on Wed/Thurs..I would say 60% for that as the 18Z GFS has the vort right over KC between Wed/Thurs [more in Thurs]. As we get closer and get a few more runs..we will know for sure I guess.
The cap hasn't been stuborn. There has been one at times, but there are many other factors that have played into us being so dry. Now, let's test it out next week.
Posted by: Scott at July 7, 2006 7:04 PM
I don't mean to be impatient but anyword on Weather Plus on-line. I dont have cable or a signal and have been excited to see it.
It should be ready next week, but it could take one more week so let's be patient just a little bit longer.
Posted by: David at July 7, 2006 7:12 PM