Weather Blog: An Unusual Mid Summer Weather Pattern

Posted at 4:40 PM, Jul 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-28 17:40:49-04

Good Tuesday bloggers,

We have had an interesting sky today as from Kansas City and points south and west it has been mostly cloudy with cumulus and stratocumulus clouds. It has been mostly sunny from Kansas City and points north and east. The cloud area will be winning out as a storm system tracks northeast out of Oklahoma. This will be followed by a storm system tracking southeast from Wyoming. These systems will combine to bring several rounds of rain and thunderstorms to our region.

The dry areas are shrinking and after you click on the video below you will see that some more dry areas will shrink or possibly disappear. This is the rainfall for July. The driest areas are from Omaha to Des Moines and from southeast Kansas to the Lake of the Ozarks. Look at the Dodge City rainfall, 7.00"! They average around 3" for the month of July.


Here is the video that explains this unusual end of July weather pattern in detail.

Have a great week and stay healthy.