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Titty Meat 09:16 AM 02-15-2019
Starting to stick in Olathe
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Fish 01:24 PM 03-14-2019
Kansas City to break winter record: Most days without hitting 65 degrees in a century

Kansas City can’t get a break this winter — and we aren’t talking about snow or ice.

It’s been cold, nonstop.

It’s been 133 days since the high temperature reached 65 degrees at Kansas City International Airport, according to the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill.

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Kansas City had 6.97 inches of precipitation for the three-month winter period. At 2.91 inches above normal, this was the 10th wettest winter on record. Each month had above-normal precipitation, only the 7th time that has happened in Kansas City’s history.

The months leading into the winter period were wetter than usual too. Between Oct. 1 and March 3, Kansas City has had 19.46 inches of total precipitation.

That’s the most in 131 years in Kansas City, according to the weather service.

Update: Kansas City once again failed to reach 65 degrees Wednesday, when the high temperature was 62. The streak continued Thursday with temperatures in the 40s.1
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ptlyon 01:28 PM 03-14-2019
Originally Posted by LiveSteam:
Spencer dam just crumbled.
The corps of engineers are raising the releases from Yankton on the Missouri River to 60,000 cfs

https://www.nwd.usace.army.mil/Media...es-being-made/
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Dartgod 02:09 PM 03-14-2019
Originally Posted by Rain Man:
I think maybe other buildings in my neighborhood are breaking the wind.
The smell must be horrible.
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Fish 02:15 PM 03-14-2019
Damn...

High Winds Cause Train Derailment In Northern New Mexico



Santa Fe óHigh winds caused a train derailment in New Mexico, around 40 miles north of I-40 and Tucumcari. Here is a statement from the Senate Republicans:

High winds are no secret in New Mexico, but winds strong enough to blow a train off its tracks, off a train trestle and down into a deep ravine are alarming.

State Senator Pat Woods (R-Broadview) represents the district where 26 cars of a Union Pacific train were derailed because of high winds near Logan, New Mexico this afternoon. Senator Woods said it is a reminder that New Mexico winds can be extremely dangerous and people need to heed high wind warnings and take them very seriously.
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LiveSteam 02:26 PM 03-14-2019
Par for the Santa Fe
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KC Tattoo 07:45 PM 03-14-2019
Originally Posted by Fish:
Kansas City to break winter record: Most days without hitting 65 degrees in a century

Kansas City canít get a break this winter ó and we arenít talking about snow or ice.

Itís been cold, nonstop.

Itís been 133 days since the high temperature reached 65 degrees at Kansas City International Airport, according to the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill.

[...]

Kansas City had 6.97 inches of precipitation for the three-month winter period. At 2.91 inches above normal, this was the 10th wettest winter on record. Each month had above-normal precipitation, only the 7th time that has happened in Kansas Cityís history.

The months leading into the winter period were wetter than usual too. Between Oct. 1 and March 3, Kansas City has had 19.46 inches of total precipitation.

Thatís the most in 131 years in Kansas City, according to the weather service.

Update: Kansas City once again failed to reach 65 degrees Wednesday, when the high temperature was 62. The streak continued Thursday with temperatures in the 40s.1

Global Warming
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Pablo 08:05 PM 03-14-2019
It doesn't look nice in the northern Nebraska right now.
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displacedinMN 08:49 PM 03-14-2019
Fargo had a billboard blow over

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GloryDayz 08:51 PM 03-14-2019
Originally Posted by displacedinMN:
Fargo had a billboard blow over
:-):-)
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Buehler445 09:03 PM 03-14-2019
Originally Posted by Fish:
Damn...

High Winds Cause Train Derailment In Northern New Mexico



Santa Fe óHigh winds caused a train derailment in New Mexico, around 40 miles north of I-40 and Tucumcari. Here is a statement from the Senate Republicans:

High winds are no secret in New Mexico, but winds strong enough to blow a train off its tracks, off a train trestle and down into a deep ravine are alarming.

State Senator Pat Woods (R-Broadview) represents the district where 26 cars of a Union Pacific train were derailed because of high winds near Logan, New Mexico this afternoon. Senator Woods said it is a reminder that New Mexico winds can be extremely dangerous and people need to heed high wind warnings and take them very seriously.
My BIL works for UP and the train was empty container cars. Thatís probably why it went over. But it takes hellacious winds nonetheless.
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ptlyon 09:26 PM 03-14-2019
Originally Posted by Pablo:
It doesn't look nice in the northern Nebraska right now.
Got video from a friend at Wynot NE, bow creek flooding over the roads. It is what it is called, a creek. Just a foot deep. Like 10 plus feet more.

Just heard they are now raising the MO River to 90 thousand cfs. The 11 flood was 120 IIRC.
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