Weather Blog: Wild Morning in Blue Springs, Wild Weather Changes ahead for All

Posted at 7:57 AM, Sep 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-05 10:38:49-04

Good Saturday bloggers,


Rainfall around Blue Springs, MO was in the 6" to 8" range. This extreme rainfall occurred in a 5-10 mile wide band northwest through southeast Jackson county between 430 AM and 930 AM, wow! Locations to the west and east by 10-15 miles did not hardly see a drop.

We now turn our attention to a much more large scale version of wild weather as we track a storm system and unseasonably cold air mass.

The video below has all the details on an upcoming wild weather change for all of us. All the seasons will be in display across the Plains the next 4 days!

Have a great and safe Labor Day weekend. Please don't drink and text and drive. Stay healthy!

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What a wild weather morning. A zone of thunderstorms formed between 4 AM and 5 AM from around Fort Leavenworth, KS to Warrensburg, MO. Around Blue Springs, MO there was over 5-6" of rain and some minor wind damage. 11 miles to the west there was not even a drop!

Here are rainfall totals as estimated by radar as of 7:45 AM Saturday.


These photos were sent in by Jacob Honeycutt in Blue Springs, MO.


The zone of thunderstorms will weaken and exit by 10 AM. This will be followed by heat and humidity this afternoon. It will last through Sunday ahead of a big change that we will discuss in an update of this blog later this morning.

Have a great and safe Labor Day weekend and stay healthy.