Today: Lezak’s ‘LRC’ Predicts Long, Hot Summer & Record High Temps

The heat is on and unfortunately, it’s here to stay…

So says Channel 41 weather wonk Gary Lezak. That according Lezak’s Recurring Cycle (LRC) theory.

"The thing is this," Lezak says. "The weather pattern is the same one that set up last fall, according to my LRC. The one that brought us the lowest amount of snow and the warmest March ever in Kansas City history. And it will continue until a new pattern sets up in September or October."

Lezak’s bottom line:

"It will be a hot and dry summer with sporadic chances for rain," he says. "It’s going to be our hottest summer – there’s no doubt about it."

Including temps in the 100s, like of late?

"A lot," Lezak says. "Many days in the 100s."

Global warming or luck of the draw?

"Well, it’s global climate change," Lezak says. "It is warming up."

 

Any record breakers to date?

"The warmest June temperature ever was on June 23rd 1934 when it was 108 degrees," Lezak says "And we came close to that yesterday at 105 degrees. The hottest temperature ever in Kansas City was 113 and I’m sure we’ll make a run at that sometime this summer."

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8 Responses to Today: Lezak’s ‘LRC’ Predicts Long, Hot Summer & Record High Temps

  1. Super Dave says:

    Oh what a crock. This clown is a bigger drama queen than Glazer is. Remember his snow and last winter predictions. It’s summer and it’s hot welcome to the midwest where anything is possible. To bad the only real weather man in KC won’t talk to you Hearne.

  2. harley says:

    sad…sad
    whether you believe in climate change…something is happening.
    I used ot camp in colorado springs…one of the most beautiful areas in the nation.
    It appears to have been devastated.
    Sad…mother nature is striking back. I think the emissions etc. have contributed
    greatly to our warming plus the natural warming patterns…they say its
    at a tipping point beyond being able to do anything about it.
    I can see 110 degree days…water shortages (alrteady colorado is facing this)…
    and the dryest season in history.
    As far as weathermen talking to hearne…who’s the one who won’t speak to
    hearne…i imagine its from fox 4.

  3. Orphan of the Road says:

    Lesak always hopes it’s
    Long and hot.

  4. mike says:

    He said the hottest June temp in K.C. history took place in 1934 and that coming close to it is evidence of global warming. That we still haven’t broken that record after that long actually hurts his argument. Also when it was colder than normal a few years ago, he said that weather in a particular region can’t be considered indicative of a global trend. If that is so, then it applies here as well. A good scientist does not cherry pick evidence to suit a preconceived theory but considers all evidence with an open mind.

  5. mike says:

    @orphan
    So does Brian Busby from what I hear!

  6. Nice Picture says:

    Pic Man
    Is that 2nd pic a pic of Gary in Hearne’s bathtub?

  7. Kiss and tell says:

    Lezak
    Gaywad
    weather nerd
    dog’s best friend
    never gonna be no daddy

  8. the dude says:

    When the dust bowl
    hits again where will the Okies go this time around?

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