Good late morning or afternoon bloggers,
Today is the anniversary of the hottest day in Kansas City’s Recorded History: 113° in 1936. Here is the blog I wrote for KSHB: Action Weather Blog
Have a great day. A cold front will move through tonight, but the thunderstorms will likely be hit and miss.
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Nice front. Storms will fire on its eastern flank, wester flank, but big hole for 100 miles on either side of state line like has been happening quite a bit this year. Ready for new pattern, this one has ben wholly frustrating since middle of May. I mean, not one tornado watch? Western Kansas getting rains? I fully expect cats and dogs to be getting along any time now
You can see the line of tstorms just beginning west of Omaha and Lincoln, be nice if they can make it here later
Ref the number of summers with max temps less than 95 (since 1888).
1889 – max was 92
1906 – max was 93
1908 – max was 94
1915 – max was 90
1979 – max was 94
1992 – max was 93
Wow, thank you so much!