Blame the moist and humid air over Kansas City, as well as the path that the storms took, for all that flooding Thursday. "We had an extraordinary moist and humid air mass in place - not unlike something you may find over the Amazon rainforest," said Andy Bailey, warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill, Mo.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
NEWSFLASH!!! KANSAS CITY STAR BLAMES RAIN FOR MORNING FLOODING!!!
Actually, this bit of pseudo-science attempts to put the blame on HUMIDITY AND NOT OLD AND BUSTED KANSAS CITY SEWERS that need an EPA mandated 5 BILLION worth of repair. Take a look for a good laugh: