Hearne: Lezak Looks Ahead; 10 More Inches & Arctic Blast

imagesWeather, weather everywhere and not a drop to shovel…

Think of the weather conditions here as the lull before the storms. So says KSHB TV weather wonk Gary Lezak about the area’s relatively mild climes as parts of the rest of the country suffers through record snowfalls.

So what lies ahead?

“Based on my theory, I’m expecting five storm systems in February between February 1 and March 5,” Lezak says. “With the rest of January mostly dry and then another brutally cold arctic air mass coming down in the next two to three weeks.  We’ve had 10 inches of snow so far and I’m expecting another 10.”

Screen shot 2014-01-22 at 11.40.55 AMThe odds of the KC area suffering another April / May snow surprise?

“We’re not going to have another May snowstorm this year,” Lezak says.

Lezak’s worst case scenario:

“That we get one significant snowstorm with about 10 inches of snow and brutally cold weather the first week of February.”

http://www.mb-kc.com/
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8 Responses to Hearne: Lezak Looks Ahead; 10 More Inches & Arctic Blast

  1. Jim says:

    Wish the weather wonks would work harder on getting tomorrow’s weather correct and stop pretending they can actually predict weather 2 months in advance.

  2. Guy Who Says What Others Think says:

    Any prediction of weather more than three days out is pure speculative masturbation by the weather dorks.

  3. KC Res says:

    So Lezak is saying we are going to get five more storms totaling 10 inches and one of those storms will consist of 10 inches.

    /does math
    //brain explodes

  4. Hot Carl says:

    So in other words, just another usual February in KC. Lezak considers a single snowflake or drop of freezing rain a “storm.” We’ll get nothing out of the norm so his prediction is no more accurate than the one you or I could have come up with.

  5. Felcher says:

    Maybe Gary thinks HE will get 10 inches by March 5th!

  6. Jack Springer says:

    To quote your article . . . . about weathermen and their magical balls . . . .

    “So what lies ahead?”

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