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Will This Be a Bad Severe Weather Season?

Will it be a “busy” storm season? It’s all relative! If there’s only one single tornado this year, that’d be a dud, right? Unless it hits your house or town, then 2020 is a “bad” year…for you. Mark Bogner looks at the climate hints that point to what this spring may look like.

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Storm Safety 2020: Flooding

What is shaped like a boat and has a floatie at each corner? Your car, truck or van. The reason we say “Turn Around, Don’t Drown,’ explained in today’s Awareness Week article.

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FEMA Tornado Safe rooms ARE safe

I was mis-informed that they were only rated “up to EF4” when, in fact, they are rated up to 250 mph winds which is well into the high end of the EF5 category.

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Have mercy on the TV weather departments

The poor weather staff just wants to do the best job they can while making the fewest number of people mad while providing timely information to those that need it. It is the Holy Grail. It can never be reached.

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Lunar Eclipse, April 4, 2015

The Kansas skies are good for more than just storm watching. Woke up early this morning and took my son, an astronomy major, my youngest daughter and two of my nephews out to the Lake Afton Observatory to check out the total lunar eclipse.

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Ah, a weather blog

What will this blog end up being? Only time will tell. If you have any questions, comments or complaints, I would love to hear them and address them here!

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Outlook

Grey skies with a few showers will be the weather story to finish out the workweek, but the payoff is a beautiful weekend. We are also closely monitoring what appears to be the first significant severe weather threat of the season for the state.

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A Tribute

2020 04 20

Though he passed nearly two months ago, our hearts are still hurting over the loss of a valued member of the KSStorm.Info team — Steve Boleski. As we enter storm season we offer a look at some of the chasing photos Steve was able to take over the past four seasons.

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