Several counties along the Palmer Divide in Colorado, along with a batch of counties in the South, get far more warnings than any Kansas county…at least when you count it by minutes. Which Kansas county has the most? (Hint: it’s in the Goodland forecast area)
The Washington Post debunks one of the largest myths in weather forecasting.
What do you get when you blindfold a weather forecaster and take away their computer? We’re about to find out….
[Larry Ruthi] expects a “hot and heavy” start to the severe weather season in Kansas in early May The consensus of the meteorologists Stan Finger talked to is that we’re still a few weeks from season getting going good…but that early May could be a whopper. My concern: the ground in western Kansas is SO DRY.
VIDEO, AUDIO AND WRITTEN BRIEFINGS ON TODAY’S SIGNIFICANT STORM EVOLUTION. We talk details in the briefing, but suffice it to say we expect tornadoes to form in the US 283 corridor of western Kansas (mostly south of US 50) bey around 3pm. They will quickly go severe, and some may even exhibit the nearly stationary tendencies we saw last night.But for those storms that are able to remain isolated and get off the dryline, the evening hours hold much potential for strengthening.
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