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Saturday, June 07, 2008

Link To Amateur Video Of South Suburban Chicago Tornado



A tornadic thunderstorm supercell took a long track northeastward across the southern Chicagoland suburbs Saturday afternoon.


HERE is a YouTube video someone took of the tornado formation southwest of Chicago around 4pm- near Odell- Illinois.
Another video HERE.

No deaths have yet been reported with around a dozen mostly minor injuries so far- according to FOX News-Chicago reports.

There is apparently a long track of varying damage from southwest of Chicago clear to Lake Michigan near Hammond-Indiana- with substantial damage in a few far southside suburbs.

At least a half-dozen homes heavily damaged or destroyed throughout the affected area- along with at least one apartment complex heavily-damaged in Richton Park.

A serious rain/flood threat will exist overnight from north-central Kansas east-northeastward through east & southeastern Nebraska across Iowa into Wisconsin & northern Illinois.

This same threat will shift about 100 miles southward on Sunday night.

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BREAKING NEWS: "Large Tornado" On The Ground In Metro Chicago

A large twister has been reported in the South Chicago Metro -

"AT 620 PM CDT...EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REPORTED A LARGE TORNADO ON THE GROUND NEAR RICHTON PARK. THIS TORNADO WAS MOVING NORTHEAST AT 29 MPH."

Live coverage on FOX-Chicago- copy & paste this URL into your Windows Media player: http://mfile.akamai.com/25193/live/reflector:20750.asx .



UPDATE: AT 653 PM CDT...TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED A TORNADO ON THE GROUND APPROXIMATELY 2 MILES NORTH OF CHICAGO HEIGHTS. AT 658 PM CDT...THIS TORNADO WAS LOCATED NEAR INTERSTATE 80 ON THE ILLINOIS INDIANA STATELINE.

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KansasCity'sBreaking News Leader - NBC41 ACTION NEWS.








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Some Metro Rainfall Amounts For June Thus Far



Here are some rainfall totals so far this month- courtesy of the Overland Park/JoCo-KS "Stormwatch" site
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Add any expected heavy rainfalls to these totals tomorrow!

(NOTE: Most sites are in JoCo-KS unless otherwise stated.)

Bonita (175th St. E. of U.S. 169-JoCoKS) - 7.25-In.
199th St. & Ridgeview - 6.93
New Century Airport - 6.81
Lackman (Rd.) @ Wolf Creek - 6.54
Pflumm @ Coffee Creek - 6.54
199th & Padbury - 6.50
Morse (151st St. near Quivira) - 6.07
Olathe (151st St. E. of Ridgeview) - 6.03
Stilwell (199th St. & Newton Ave.) - 6.03
143rd (St.) & Grant - 5.91
191st (St.) @ E. Wolf Creek - 5.67
Johnson Drive @ Turkey Creek - 5.67
159th St. & Edgerton Rd. - 5.63
191st St. & Dillie Road - 5.63
191st St. & Mission Rd. - 5.56
Woodland @ Coon Creek - 5.55
Gardner Lake (Discharge-151st St. - E. Kill Creek) - 5.55
79th St. @ Little Mill Creek - 5.48
67th St. & Caenen - 5.47
Mission @ E. Camp Branch Creek - 5.44
Metcalf @ Negro Creek - 5.44
151st St. & England - 5.40
87th Lane @ Mill Creek - 5.35
O.P. City Hall (87th St. & Antioch) - 5.28
Switzer @ Tomahawk Creek - 5.24
95th St. @ Camp Creek - 5.24
75th St. @ Brush Creek (Prairie Village) - 5.24
151st St. @ Spoon Creek - 5.20
Switzer @ Coffee Creek - 5.12
Lackman @ Little Mill Creek - 5.12
179th St. @ Wolf Creek - 5.08
K-10 and K-7 - 5.08
U.S.G.S. (103rd St. & Marty-OP-KS) - 5.04
Mission Rd. @ Negro Creek - 5.04
Pflumm @ Tomahawk - 4.96
127th and Evening Star - 4.96
Woodland Rd @ Clear Crk - 4.92
Quivira @ Tomahawk - 4.89
Old Hwy 56 @ Harrison - 4.88
US69 @ Blue River - 4.85
K-10 @ Cedar Creek - 4.80
I-35/Antioch @ Turkey Creek - 4.77
Kenneth @ Negro Creek - 4.73
127th St. @ Kill Creek - 4.72
JOCO Transit (Old U.S. 56 & Robinson-Olathe)- 4.72
103rd St. @ Indian Creek (KC-MO) - 4.69
I-435 & Nall - 4.69
Lexington Ave. & Sunshine - 4.69
119th St. @ Cedar Creek - 4.61
75th St. @ K-7 - 4.61
Shawnee Mission Pkwy. @ Mill Creek - 4.57
Lamar @ Turkey Creek - 4.53
Kenneth (Rd.) @ (Big) Blue River - 4.49
Lee Blvd. (8700 blk.) @ Dykes Branch (Leawood-KS) - 4.49
135th and Pflumm - 4.49
119th St @ Little Cedar Creek - 4.49
Johnson Dr. & K-7 - 4.47
127th St. @ Cedar Creek - 4.45
69th (St.) @Turkey Creek - 4.41
95th St. @ Kill Creek - 4.29
Roe @ Tomahawk (Creek) - 4.26
Mission Rd. @ Indian Creek - 4.26
JCCC (College Blvd. & Quivira) - 4.26
I-435 @ Quivira - 4.22
Corp Woods (I-435 @ Indian Creek-W) - 4.22
Metcalf @ Turkey (Creek) - 4.10
Waterford (108th St. & Nieman-OP-KS-OakParkBranch) - 4.10
Porter Park (7400 Roe-PV-KS) - 4.06
Metcalf @ Tomahawk Creek - 4.02
85th St @(Big) Blue River (KC-MO) - 3.98
Ward Pkwy (@ Brush Creek) - 3.94
63rd St. @(Big) Blue River - 3.82
Southwest Blvd. @ Turkey Creek (KC-KS) - 3.78
Wilshire Woods (127th St. near Grant-OP-KS) - 3.78
74th St. @ Brush Creek (PV-KS) - 3.78
Main/Brookside (@ Brush Creek-KC-MO) - 3.74
143rd St @ Kill Creek - 3.74
AS Toyta (Lydia @ Indian Creek-KC-MO)- 3.70
News Central (87th St. & Winchester-KC-MO) - 3.68*

Paseo HS (1900 E. Cleaver Blvd.-KC-MO) - 3.51
Red Bridge @(Big) Blue River (KC-MO)- 3.47
Desoto Streamway Park (Gardner Rd. near KS River) - 3.46
AlliedSig (Apx. 2100 E. 90th St.) @(Big) Blue (Tributary) (KC-MO) - 3.31
Elmwood (@ Brush Creek-KC-MO) - 3.27
Linwood (near U.S. 71-KC-MO) - 3.15
KC College (78th St. & Tomahawk-PV-KS) - 3.07
Olathe Lake (135th St.) - 2.99
AS 95th St. @(Big) Blue (River-KC-MO) - 2.68
17th St. @(Big) Blue River (KC-MO) - 2.64
Martway @ Rock Creek (Mission-KS) - 2.05
Brooklyn PS (6100 Brooklyn-KC-MO) - 1.77
AS Sluice (Bannister @Big Blue River-KC-MO) - 1.14

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K.C. MetroRegion WEATHER: Flash-Flood Risk Late Sunday - Early Monday



The National Weather Service (NWS) is concerned about possible repeating thunderstorms over our area beginning late Sunday and continuing through Monday morning.

The storms could be severe as well.

Some parts of the K.C. Metro- in south-central Johnson County-KS for instance- have already had more than one-half foot of rain since June 1.

Here's the "Hazardous Weather Outlook" text the NWS-Pleasant Hill office broadcast on the public-safety M.E.R.S. channel (154.13) just minutes ago...


"THUNDERSTORM COVERAGE WILL EXIST SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING...AS A COLD FRONT SAGS SOUTH INTO THE OUTLOOK AREA.

THERE IS A SLIGHT CHANCE THAT SOME OF THESE THUNDERSTORMS COULD BECOME SEVERE...WITH LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS THE PRIMARY THREATS...PARTICULARLY LATE IN THE AFTERNOON AND EARLY IN THE EVENING ALONG AND NORTH OF THE INTERSTATE 70 CORRIDOR.

THE COLD FRONT IS EXPECTED TO STALL SOMEWHERE ACROSS CENTRAL MISSOURI SUNDAY NIGHT...WITH REPEATED ROUNDS OF HEAVY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE FROM SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY AFTERNOON.

COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF MOISTURE WILL LIKELY BE AVAILABLE...AND LIFT ALONG THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL PROVIDE CONDITIONS FAVORABLE FOR THE ACCUMULATION OF SEVERAL INCHES OF RAINFALL IN A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME...SUCH THAT SERIOUS FLASH FLOODING WILL BE POSSIBLE WHEREVER THE HEAVIEST BANDS OF THUNDERSTORMS ALIGN. (Italics mine - GKM)

AT THIS TIME...THE MOST LIKELY AREAS THAT COULD RECEIVE EXCESSIVE FLOODING RAINFALL WOULD BE ALONG AND SOUTH OF A LINE FROM LEAVENWORTH TO KIRKSVILLE.

IN ADDITION TO THE POSSIBILITY OF FLASH FLOODING...ANY WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL WOULD ONLY EXACERBATE THE ONGOING RIVER FLOODING PROBLEMS ACROSS THE OUTLOOK AREA THROUGH THE MIDWEEK PERIOD
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KANSAS CITY MetroRegion BREAKING NEWS: 2 Dead In Lawrence-KS



A shooting victim in the backyard of a residence in the 1300 block of Delaware was reported to Lawrence police around 3:15am this morning.


That victim was reported dead by Lawrence-EMS about 10 minutes later- then police find a 2nd victim inside the house at the incident's address. EMS also reports that person to be deceased.

Both victims are reported to be white males.

Lawrence police wouldn't comment yet on the two deaths- nor whether this was a murder-suicide.

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KansasCity'sBreaking News Leader - NBC41 ACTION NEWS.






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Friday, June 06, 2008

KANSAS CITY WEATHER: Sorry For All The Hype



Every meteorologist in town blows his or her own horn when they get things right- and though I'm not a DEGREED meteorologist (been "into" the field for nearly 50 years)- I'm going to acknowledge going a bit over the deep end yesterday.


The Captain wishes to be the FIRST to apologize for getting everyone fearful of The Severe Weather Event to End All Severe Weather Events that never developed in our area.

The K.C. Metro and MOST of the MetroRegion ended up just having robust late-spring thundershowers.

Remember though- while I'm first to apologize for the hype- I was also FIRST to release the pressure valve with THIS post- saying the storms won't be as bad HERE as forecasted (that at around 8:30pm Thursday night).

So while I may jump out and SCARE you- I'll also pat you on the head & comfort you before the "other" weather people in this town.

Oh- those elephants in Ellisworth-KS were captured- without incident or injury- after getting tired of walking around Ellisworth for a couple of hours.

Peace and enjoy the forecasted great weather (finally-OOPS! except maybe for late Sunday or SUnday night storms) this weekend!
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Thursday, June 05, 2008

WEATHER RADAR - WARNINGS - 2042CDT


SEVERE WEATHER UPDATE: Bad - But Not As



Even though strong and likely severe thundertorms will move across Metro Kansas City after 10pm- I don't anticipate this storm line to be AS severe as the event on May 1-2.


I still expect wind gusts to around 60 m.p.h.- mostly small hail if any and very heavy rainfalls as the line passes a given location.

Yet that's not as bad as May 2's 80 m.p.h. winds and 2 tornadoes in the early morning hours.

The greatest tornado threat now appears to be where they are occurring- in extreme southeastern Nebraska- northwest & northern Missouri and toward southwestern & south-central Iowa.

More as the situation unfolds...
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WEATHER RADAR - TORNADO WARNINGS 1928CDT


RADAR - 1825 CDT

- CLICK TO ENLARGE - CURRENT WARNINGS BOTTOM RIGHT -
HIGH WINDS LIKELY IN BROWN- DONIPHAN CO KS - HOLT- BUCHANAN-ANDREW CO MO OVER THEN NEXT 3 HOURS

BREAKING NEWS: Storms Cause Elephants To Break Free In Ellisworth-KS



This was reported by KAKE-TV in Wichita within the hour.


Latest report is that "2 circus elephants are running loose in Ellisworth after they were spooked by a severe thunderstorm and warning sirens."

I've heard it all now- elephants loose in a Kansas town.

As Captain Spaulding- the fearless African explorer- I volunteer to corral these beasts.

I may have trouble removing their tusks however and may be forced to transport them to Alabama where the Tuscaloosa.


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K.C. MetroRegion WEATHER: Tornado Watch No. 466 Now In Effect



To Include the Kansas City Metro and most of the MetroRegion west of about U.S. 65- the SPC has just issued "Particularily Dangerous Situation" or PDS Tornado Watch No.466 valid until Midnight.


BULLETIN - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
TORNADO WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WT 466
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
450 PM CDT THU JUN 5 2008

TORNADO WATCH 466 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1200 AM CDT FOR THE
FOLLOWING LOCATIONS

KSC001-003-005-013-015-017-019-031-035-043-045-049-059-073-085-
087-091-099-103-107-111-121-125-127-131-133-139-149-177-197-205-
207-209-060500-
/O.NEW.KWNS.TO.A.0466.080605T2150Z-080606T0500Z/

KS
. KANSAS COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ALLEN ANDERSON ATCHISON
BROWN BUTLER CHASE
CHAUTAUQUA COFFEY COWLEY
DONIPHAN DOUGLAS ELK
FRANKLIN GREENWOOD JACKSON
JEFFERSON JOHNSON LABETTE
LEAVENWORTH LINN LYON
MIAMI MONTGOMERY MORRIS
NEMAHA NEOSHO OSAGE
POTTAWATOMIE SHAWNEE WABAUNSEE
WILSON WOODSON WYANDOTTE


MOC003-005-013-021-025-037-047-049-061-063-075-079-081-087-095-
129-147-165-177-227-060500-
/O.NEW.KWNS.TO.A.0466.080605T2150Z-080606T0500Z/

MO
. MISSOURI COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ANDREW ATCHISON BATES
BUCHANAN CALDWELL CASS
CLAY CLINTON DAVIESS
DEKALB GENTRY GRUNDY
HARRISON HOLT JACKSON
MERCER NODAWAY PLATTE
RAY WORTH


ATTN...WFO...ICT...EAX...TOP...

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YOUR Storm Photos Welcome Here



If you take any storm photos today (or anytime for that matter)- I'll be happy to post them here and I WILL attribute the photos to you or to whomever took them.


Please send them to doctor_mulcahy@yahoo.com and help me help inform and educate our fellow citizens!
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SEVERE WEATHER UPDATE: High Storm Risk Area Shifted Westward

Hopefully this is better news for Metro K.C. residents.

The latest storm forecast from the NWS' Storm Prediction Center (SPC) shows their guess for the best chances of severe storms- the "high risk" area- now DOES NOT include Metro Kansas City.

Metro K.C. still remains in a "moderate risk" area.

The high risk area DOES include the area generally along and west of a St. Joseph-MO- Topeka to Wichita-KS line.

Storms are forming now well to the west & southwest of the MetroRegion- west-central to southwest-central Kansas- and storms should continue to fire-up in these areas and move rapidly north-northeast.

It still appears that the best chance for storms in the Metro area should be after about 7pm tonight- possibly after sunset.

More here as received....

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K.C. METRO WEATHER ADVISORY: "HIGH RISK" OF SEVERE STORMS TODAY



The situation has deteorated further from my earlier-today post of a large "moderate risk" area of severe storms today --- if you refer to the image (click on for full size) - most of Metro K.C. as well as all areas from southwest to north MetroRegion are now in a "HIGH RISK" of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes later today and tonight.


Meteorologists are and have been saying "severe weather outbreak" today- and some have gone out on a limb to even compare today's weather setup to that of April 3-4- 1974- America's last "Super" tornado outbreak that killed hundreds of people in nearly a half-dozen states.

Regardless- I expect things to start going crazy after noon. Some storms already formed this morning southwest to northwest of Topeka. Those are moving into southeastern Nebraska and are not yet severe.

PLEASE review your own storm protection plans NOW- and be ready.

More here as it breaks- before we head off to video & photograph (local-area spotting- I'm no gas-fool!).

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KANSAS CITY Metro-MetroRegion WEATHER: "Moderate Risk" Of Severe Thunderstorms With A Tornado Today-Tonight



The day meteorologists have been watching for the past week has arrived- the day with a good chance of a severe weather outbreak.



Thursday begins with a moderate risk area that covers a swath from Minnesota on the north to Kansas and northwestern Missouri on the south- including the the K.C. Metro generally along and west of I-35.

THERE IS A (MODERATE) RISK OF (SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS) TO THE RIGHT OF A LINE FROM 45 NNE RSL- 20 S LBF- 35 NE MHN- 20 SE ABR- 25 SSE DTL- 40 ENE BRD- 40 N EAU- 10 SW LSE- 30 E ALO- 30 NNE OTM- 30 N CDJ- 15 NE MKC- 40 N CNU- 10 NE ICT- 30 WNW HUT- 45 NNE RSL.

The biggest caveat for a large storm outbreak is a strong capping inversion above us- preventing daytime storm development. It may well be around & after sunset before storms develop/threaten the Kansas City Metro.

Nonetheless- prepare for storms of equal if not greater intensity than those that struck Metro-wide back on May 1-2- that produced hurricane-force winds and 2 tornadoes in the Metro.


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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

More Bank Security Video Of The Parkersburg-IA Tornado



Courtesy of WOOD-TV8- this is another video- taken from that bank's outside ATM cam.


Also- an 8th victim has been claimed in Parkersburg.

Locally- no severe storms tonight in the K.C. Metro- but 24 hours from now will be a different story.

More on that here later....

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New Videos Up - MetroRegion Severe Storm Chances



Click on any of the videos displayed on the top right side of this page- or go to my You Tube video page at
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=CaptGSpaulding.

Our video of the Fairfax oil tank fire is still uploading- should be available on You Tube in a few hours.

Now the present weather.

The NWS-SPC has about the northwestern quarter of the Kansas City MetroRegion again under a "moderate risk" of severe thunderstorms later today and overnight tonight.

A moderate risk of severe storms will also exists Thursday over most of these same areas- close to if not including Metro K.C..

Will update this situation later this evening (weekly visit to the Church of Ameristar this afternoon! g).
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BREAKING NEWS: Flooding Continues In Cass County-MO



Although less frequent now- there were at least a half-dozen reports of either people trapped in their cars or homes by high water throughout the northern half of Cass County.

High water closed southbound U.S. 71 south of Belton-Raymore. It's unknown whether the water has gone down- but storms have been out of this area for nearly an hour now.

Y highway was closed and remains so south of 187th Street. Ward Road was closed at Alexander Creek with water over the bridge that trapped a vehicle. The occupants escaped without injury.

J highway was closed- with propane tanks broken loose. Those have been corraled and shut down.

A victim drove into the flooding Big Blue River at 159th St. & Mission Road just before 2am- but got out of the vehicle safely.

Lightning caused house fires in Lee's Summit- Pleasant Hill and one going right now in Raymore in the 600 block of Loren Lane. No injuries have been reported.

This radar-indicated precipitation amounts map shows areas of 4 to 4.5-inch rains in northwest and north Cass County as well as extreme southern & southeastern Jackson County MO..

There are more strong storms in central & north-central Kansas that could possibly move into the Metro area by dawn.
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BREAKING NEWS: LIFE-THREATENING FLASH FLOODING IN CASS COUNTY MO



Numerous reports are coming in from the various Cass County communities of storm-related problems due to the on-going strong thunderstorms.

High water has closed southbound U.S. 71 south of Belton-Raymore. At 12:42am- a vehicle was trapped in high water north of J-Highway in Peculiar- but the driver escaped unharmed.

Police have confirmed considerable water over U.S. 71 north of J highway.

Flooding is reported in Belton. "Numerous streets and bridges with water over them" was reported by police at 12:40am- evacuations were advised to residents in the 400 block of Park Avenue.

At 12:45am- a van is reported "stuck in high water on Y highway north of 195th Street.

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Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Metro Kansas City Gets Its Wild Weather Day



Several reports of funnel clouds- Incredibly strong cloud to ground lightning (causing a large oil storage tank to burn in KC-KS)- some mostly small hail and torrential rains raged through the Kansas City Metro early Tuesday evening.


It's not over yet either.

Strong storms with more torrential- possibly flash flooding rains are moving over the southern Metro counties right now- with more storms off & on through sunrise Wednesday.

I'm uploading storm and the KC-KS tank fire video to You Tube right now.

More on this continued stormy weather within the hour.

BREAKING NEWS: A 3rd-alarm has just been sounded on an apartment building fire at 39th St. & Baltimore in KC-MO..

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KANSAS CITY MetroRegion - Metro BREAKING WEATHER: NWS-SPC: Tornado Watch No. 437 In Effect Until 11pm



The Kansas City Metro- and Kansas MetroRegion counties of Doniphan- Atchison- Leavenworth- Wyandotte- Johnson and Miami- as well as all counties eastward into Missouri- are under TW No. 437 till 11pm tonight.


Thus far- no storms have formed- and this probably won't happen for at least another hour or so.

However when these storms finally do blow- they'll likely become severe fairly rapidly after initial formation.

Ms. Rittenhouse and the Captain will be out locally for video & still photos if anything breaks- till then updates here & on NBC-41 at 5 & 6pm.


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KANSAS CITY MetroRegion WEATHER: NWS-SPC- Slight To Moderate Risk Of Severe Storms Today- Tonight



Although most of us in the immediate K.C. Metro counties have avoided the severe storms the past few days- today there's a "moderate risk" of severe storms in a band from about the K.C. Metro eastward generally along and either side of I-70.



In addition- the flooding threat is rather high for those areas experiencing heavy storms the past few days- especially the west & southwestern Kansas MetroRegion counties- Douglas- Franklin- Miami & Linn- but also Cass & Bates counties in Missouri.

Strong thunderstorms have been and will again produce rain amounts of 1.5 to 2-inches per hour- producing flash flooding.

I'll be on top of the weather situation here today- so check back for updates.

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UPDATE - 1200CDT - The latest SPC Day-1 storm outlook has moved the moderate risk further westward into the K.C. Metro.

Best chance for storms to start firing up will be around and after 4pm this afternoon.

Please stay informed- I'm getting my "hinky" feeling about either this afternoon or later this week.

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Monday, June 02, 2008

Bank Surveillence Cam Video Of Parkersburg-IA Tornado



Courtesy of KETV-TV7 in Omaha- this video of a bank camera behind the teller's area showing as the tornado struck the bank.

Watch the windows in the center of the screen- how the outside light goes to daylight- grayer- an orange flash- then darkness as the winds rip apart the inside of the bank.
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ATTENTION: Google- Blogspot Servers Screwed-Up



Couldn't happen at a worst time- I can't post timely information.


A BIG storm cell is about to enter Johnson County KS.

Jefferson County KS reported "a tornado on the ground" at 1159am at "M-92 & Marion" in JFCO.

The tornado has reportedly since "lifted"- but spotters are watching a "wall cloud."

More here as Google fixes it's servers....
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KANSAS CITY MetroRegion WEATHER: Severe Thunderstorm Watch No. 419 - Kansas - Missouri- Nebraska



There are no county map graphics available from the NWS-SPC site- but this USA graphic and the text outlines what portends to ba a stormy 24 hours around the K.C. Metro & MetroRegion.

Several days this week are outlooked for severe storms- especially Thursday.

The K.C. Metro IS included in STW No. 419.


SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WS 419
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
750 AM CDT MON JUN 2 2008

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 419 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 200 PM CDT
FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS

KSC005-013-027-029-041-043-045-059-061-085-087-089-091-103-117-
121-123-131-139-141-143-147-149-157-161-177-183-197-201-209-
021900-
/O.NEW.KWNS.SV.A.0419.080602T1250Z-080602T1900Z/

KS
. KANSAS COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ATCHISON BROWN CLAY CLOUD DICKINSON DONIPHAN DOUGLAS FRANKLIN GEARY JACKSON JEFFERSON JEWELL JOHNSON LEAVENWORTH MARSHALL MIAMI MITCHELL NEMAHA OSAGE OSBORNE OTTAWA PHILLIPS POTTAWATOMIE REPUBLIC RILEY SHAWNEE SMITH WABAUNSEE WASHINGTON WYANDOTTE


MOC003-021-037-047-049-063-087-095-165-021900-
/O.NEW.KWNS.SV.A.0419.080602T1250Z-080602T1900Z/

MO
. MISSOURI COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ANDREW BUCHANAN CASS CLAY CLINTON DEKALB HOLT JACKSON PLATTE


NEC001-035-059-061-067-083-095-097-099-127-129-133-137-147-151-
169-181-021900-
/O.NEW.KWNS.SV.A.0419.080602T1250Z-080602T1900Z/

NE
. NEBRASKA COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ADAMS CLAY FILLMORE FRANKLIN GAGE HARLAN JEFFERSON JOHNSON KEARNEY NEMAHA NUCKOLLS PAWNEE PHELPS RICHARDSON SALINE THAYER WEBSTER


ATTN...WFO...EAX...GID...OAX...TOP...


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Here is the latest NWS-Pleasant Hill radar image- click all images for full size.


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