KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Hello bloggers,
Well, here we are. The storm has passed. It’s way too cold. And the sun is about to come back. It’s like the phases I go through with the Chiefs, because I could almost make the same statements: the season is over. It’s way too sad. And there is hope in the next few years!
The storm is not over for Saint-Louis:
This is the forecast from the National Weather Service in St. Louis. Snow is falling at the rate of 2 inches per hour in a band near St. Louis right now. So, as discussed, the forecast for St. Louis is already accurate, but predicting that exact amount of snowfall is still quite difficult, as it always will be.
Winter storm warnings extend from New Mexico and Texas to northeast Maine. Some places will experience more than a foot of snow. It’s just an incredibly blizzard.
As the storm blasts these areas to the southeast, Kansas City will gradually erupt in sunshine. Bundle up because those wind chills are below zero this morning. Spring is only six weeks away.
I’ll talk about this LRC cycling weather model in tomorrow’s blog!
Thank you for spending a few minutes of your day reading the weather blog and sharing this weather experience. Have a nice day.